Kuwaiti Prime Minister Calls for Cooperation and Dialogue

By Al Madar, PRNE
Tuesday, October 26, 2010

KUWAIT CITY, October 27, 2010 - His Highness the Prime Minister Sheikh Nasser Al-Mohammad Al-Ahmad
Al-Sabah (www.pm.gov.kw/index.asp) stressed the importance of open
discourse and dialogue at the onset of the National Assembly session. During
his address
yesterday of the Assembly's third ordinary session of the 13th legislative
term, the Premier called for a collaborative approach to the new political
season with hopes that discussion on crucial topics would lead to progress on
pertinent governmental issues.

Sheikh Nasser noted, "constructive dialogue would contribute in
establishing a progressive approach that reflects joint work within the
constitution and without compromising any right or specialty." With a forward
thinking perspective on the session he acknowledged "the government's
determination to continue with its democratic approach in establishing a
law-abiding institutional state." He also recognized that the current
timeframe was an opportunity to recommit to respecting and reinforcing

His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah
(www.da.gov.kw/eng) opened the new Assembly term, calling on all
parties to end political chaos and stop sectarian feuds. HH the Amir
also focused on the importance of respecting the law and stressed that the
government's interests should be the "ultimate goal" for all Kuwaitis.
"Parliament, cabinet, institutions, and individuals should act wisely and
stand as one against any attempts to disrupt the peace in the country," the
Amir stated.

National Assembly Speaker Jassem Al-Kharafi
(www.majlesalommah.net/clt/default.asp) addressed the audience as
well, saying cooperation between the legislative and executive powers would
act as the "cornerstone" of the new session. Hoping to make strides in
education, health and infrastructure, Al-Kharafi noted, "We don't want to
find ourselves at the end of the next decade at the same spot where we had

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