Parliment Academy!

Was doing some random Kuwait searches and started seeing these things between China and Kuwait:

I wonder if that loan for that lake was a bribe helped strengthen the relationship.
Was doing some random Kuwait searches and started seeing these things between China and Kuwait:

I wonder if that loan for that lake was a bribe helped strengthen the relationship.
I dont know what is wrong with my phone, neurosurgeon either its the charger, dosage battery the software, or even just needs a good format. Cause it isn’t keeping a decent charge, wouldn’t turn on and just doing weird things when people call. Maybe I need an exorcist.
Well it seems that Amr Diab to run for Egyptian Parliament, nurse cure and now with the end of Star Academy nearing. I think the next Egyptian elections should be styled like Star Academy. All the canidates get to live in a house together learning about politics, public speaking, foreign affairs, economic theory etc. You know the stuff a politician should know so they can make a wise decsion.

Then week after week, the voters (1 voter 1 vote) vote for who they dont like, till there is just 1 and they get to be the elected official.

This method would be great, we get to see the candidates in action and how they live with other people. You can judge their skills in the classes they are taking and how they handle the pressure. Since your removing the bad canidates away slowly, your left with the good ones hopefuly. So for the last round with two remaining canidates the ballot doesn’t get diluted with votes for pointless candidates. Thus keeping it faid and balanced all the way through.

I think this is a system that might work very well in this region due to the success of Star Academy and Super Star.

4 thoughts on “Parliment Academy!”

  1. actually, for the first time i think, i agree with you. this should be applied everywhere not just egypt. imagine bush, kerry and nader living under the same roof. that would have been soo cool. if gore was with them probably would have hooked them up with free wifi. nader would be the guy shouting at everyone for not seperating the plastics from the paper, bush and kerry would spend most of their time playing deathmatch on Halo.

  2. I think it does, but just had this scary deja vu. I remember reading stuff like this occurring in the comic 2000AD and how the media was manipulating the candidates who were really just actors playing a role.

    I think what politics in the Middle East needs is a new system. All the countries in the region and that means Israel have had the same people in power for the past 50 years, be it ruling family, military even dictator. None of this pan Arab crap that they faked us with in the 60s and 70s, but a real one where borders are open and trade is what is fueling it.

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