(MENAFN - Arab Times) Fifth Constituency candidate for parliament election 2012 Faisal Al-Hajri said on Friday that if he won the trust of the voters he would exert his efforts toward bolstering Islamic Sharia laws, in particular to local banks and to end the issue of stateless residents, particularly to those who met all the requirements.
In a press statement, Al-Harji said that among other things he would work on is energizing the local economy and provide job opportunities to the country's youths and enable them to invest in vital investment projects.
The candidate also called for establishing new universities in his constituency, including new hospitals, and research and medical centers.
Meanwhile, Fifth Constituency candidate Aidan Al-Khaldi stressed on fighting all types of bribes, illegal commercial deals, and to protect the country's public funds.
In a similar statement, Al-Khaldi called also for giving more care to human rights, end to illegal practices, and prison system reforms, including the end to stateless residents issue permanently.
Another candidate from the Fifth Constituency Mohammad Al-Otaibi said that cooperation between the executive branch and legislation branch was key to improve the country in various fields.
In a statement, Al-Otaibi said that if he won the trust of the voters he will primarily adopt the education issue, and attempts to improve education and culturally rich generation to overcome challenges in the future.
Al-Otaibi added that another main topic he will focus on will be the issue of housing and the importance of utilizing vast lands through engaging the private sector in building cities.
Meanwhile, third Constituency candidate for parliament election 2012 Abeer Al-Fawaz called Friday for ensuring women have full housing rights, amid a continuous procrastinating policy regarding these rights which thus make Kuwaiti women feeling depressed.
Al-Fawaz said in a press statement, that throughout the years women waited for promises made but not kept by both the government and parliament to having a residence, noting that disregarding women's rights needs the legislative authority's focus.
Women can get a KD 45,000 housing loan from the local Saving and Credit Bank while married men with the same applicant status receive KD 70,000, Al-Fawaz noted that this was an example of inequality to women.