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Anarchy Warning

Bahrain News
Mon, 18 Apr 2016


Bahrain: The Premier yesterday warned that anarchy and political instability in some countries prove that democracy cannot guarantee security and stability.

Facts on the ground have proved that security and stability are people’s basic demands, he said, noting that now the ultimate goal of those who sought democracy is to live in tranquility after suffering from lawlessness created by those hiding behind democracy.

“Some policies have, unfortunately, resulted in concepts that are unrealistic. They are aimed at spreading chaos and impeding development and progress in some countries,” His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa said.

He voiced the stances while receiving at Gudaibiya Palace senior state officials, businessmen and media persons.

The Premier affirmed that His Majesty King Hamad has done a lot to boost the nation’s standing and enhance progress, urging all constitutional institutions to rally together to preserve the democratic, political and economic achievements that have gained the world’s admiration.

“Bahrain is on the right path of progress, and thanks to the King’s wisdom, we are confident of achieving the best for this country and its people,” he said.

He stressed that thanks to the government’s resolve and Bahraini people’s cohesion, the kingdom’s resources will be harnessed to provide the best health, educational, housing and social services for its
citizens.

The Prime Minister called for more unity to confront extremist ideologies that are being used to destroy the country’s potential – confirming that the people of Bahrain will remain fortified against whoever seeks to sow seeds of discord and division among its members.

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