(MENAFN - Arab Times) The country is currently witness to a popular movement, which is positive for a prosperous future " even though affairs need to be rectified with dialogue, Al-Wasat daily quoted Dr Ahmad Al-Khateeb as saying.
Al-Khateeb, a former MP and member of the Foundational Council of Constitution added that language should be able to renounce bad intentions and anticlimax of dialogue, even if disagreements and probabilities help in shaping up perfect opinion " unlike the compacted theories which are considered as sacred and unchangeable by their inventors, adding "we only thirst for dignity".
For his part, Khalid Al-Khalid, the Secretary-General of National Democratic Alliance stressed the need to boycott the upcoming parliamentary elections outside the National Assembly to protest against the modified electoral law, reports Al-Anba daily.
He added the bloc will not change its stance until the decree of necessity is withdrawn or the amendment is left to the coming parliament. He praised all dignitaries who have announced their decisions to boycott the upcoming parliamentary elections. He also urged the political blocs to unify their stances and focus on the basic issue of electoral law.
Meanwhile, the Kuwaiti Democratic Platform has issued a press statement re-affirming its decision to boycott the coming parliamentary elections.
In the same context, candidate from the fourth constituency Faleh Al-Barjas Al-Ajmi has called for sons of the tribes in Jahra to effectively participate in the coming parliamentary elections in order to obtain political rights they have been deprived of, reports Al-Rai daily.
He indicated the 'one vote for one voter' system supports the minorities and gives all groups the same opportunity to become representatives in the National Assembly.