Kuwait: Parliamentarians warmly welcomed the appointment of Interior Minister Sheikh Ahmad al-Nawaf al-Saba as the new prime minister and urged the country to begin a new era and fight corruption. Constitution.
Yesterday, Amiri’s son, Sheikh Ahmad, 66, was ordered by Amiri to replace Prime Minister Sheikh Saba Al Khaled Al Saba, who resigned more than three months ago. Following the grill by opposition lawmakers. In a letter sent to Amir yesterday, Sheikh Ahmad promised to uphold “the state of the constitution, democracy and institution established by our ancestors.” He also vowed to make every effort to achieve comprehensive development.
The MP was optimistic that Sheikh Ahmad could remove Kuwait from the ongoing political conflict that stagnated reform and development, and vowed to give him all the cooperation he needed. The retiring prime minister and loggerhead turtles were overjoyed by the appointment of Sheikh Ahmad, who appears to be close to the opposition.
MP Ahmad Al-Azmi said the new prime minister has inherited a heavy legacy from a series of previous cabinets that hit Kuwait hard. MP Saud Al-Mutairi expressed his hope that the new head of government would succeed in avoiding the previous government’s mistake of “building a new Kuwait.” MP Mohammad Al-Huwailah believed that public support for the Prime Minister should form the starting point for a new agenda for national action and comprehensive reform.
MP Muhannad Al-Sayer said he was looking for the end of an era of sponsoring corruption and political extortion and the beginning of another era in which citizens would be true partners. MP Muhalhal Al-Mudhaf sought to achieve political and economic reforms, protect public funds, and seriously seek clarification from corrupt people.
MP Mubarak Al-Hajraf called for the adoption of new policies for reform and the fight against corruption. He also called for the pardon of politicians who fled the country. MP Abdullah Al-Mudhaf said the overwhelming popularity of the new premiere is the path to success. MP Osama Al-Shaheen said the new prime minister, as Minister of Interior, would make immediate and decisive reforms and “look for similar reforms” in the government.
https://www.kuwaittimes.com/mps-urge-new-pm-to-start-new-era-fight-corruption/ MP encourages new PMs to start a new era and fight corruption