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TODAY, we are witnessing a full-fledged government, which was originally our leaders’ response to the wish of the Kuwaitis.
This team is different from previous governments, which were formed on the principle of quotas or sects, where the prime minister was weak; and those who had political rivalries between social components or elements who were not qualified for the executive post.
This led to the Prime Minister’s position in the Council of Ministers being weakened, making it exposed and receiving blows from all sides.
But, this time, we also have a Prime Minister who defends integrity and has no political rivalry with the majority of the components of society.
On the contrary, he is almost the only personality unanimously approved by many, and who is not contaminated by the schemes of the Deep State. Furthermore, he takes on an arduous task in correcting the course His Highness the Crown Prince has pledged to work on in the current stage.
Therefore, the entire executive team of the State is facing a difficult test, no less dangerous and sensitive than all the difficulties that the country has faced over the past four decades. It cannot be ignored and there should be negligence in any area; in particular regional and international social, economic and political challenges.
Perhaps one of the advantages that helps to overcome obstacles is that the new Cabinet is not only controlled by its Prime Minister; but also under the watchful eye of His Highness the Crown Prince who is well known for his decisiveness. Therefore, the ball is in the court of the ministers who must trust their owners with integrity and perseverance.
They do not put their personal and electoral interests before the interests of the country and the people. On the contrary, they must succeed, even if there are mistakes.
To err is human, and everyone who works makes mistakes, but they shouldn’t be the reason for not performing at their best; because of fear and intimidation of parliamentary accountability or malicious parliamentary questions. Otherwise, it means a catastrophic failure of the minister who won the confidence of political leaders on the one hand, and on the other hand of His Highness the Prime Minister who appointed him because he saw in him qualities that qualify him to manage this difficult stage in the history of Kuwait. , the region and the world.
Yes, there are a number of files that need to be worked on quickly. Here too, the National Assembly is faced with the fateful ordeal; but no matter the challenges, they end up getting what they want. They should give credit to the people who trusted them and held them accountable for ridding them of the consequences of the past stage.
Likewise, leaders believe in the rightness of their demands, and that being proactive is best for them; that is to say, roll up their sleeves and begin, as of today, at the opening of the first session, to work for the reform, and to put aside their personal inclinations, as well as their authoritarian and electoral inclinations for not to fall and then they should repair the country.
Today, everyone in both authorities stands before the mirror of truth – either they work to correct the path, which His Highness the Crown Prince has repeatedly emphasized, repeatedly stating that he “will work for the prosperity of Kuwait, spreading the spirit of love and tolerance, rejecting division and prioritizing the supreme national interest.
Also, they must not hoist any other flag than the Kuwaiti flag, neither sectarian, nor tribal, nor family, nor clan, so that Kuwait recovers from its repression and exercises its pioneering role as it was in the past. , and even better.
Otherwise, they risk disappointing the people and returning to contention and meaningless struggle for their own interests. Then, all the efforts exerted on the improvement of the country will turn into zero.

By Ahmed Al-Jarallah
Editor-in-Chief, The Arab Times