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He is young and brave. He is pro good life, integrity and rational economy. He promised and already acted to fulfil his promises to destroy radicals and fundamentalists who use religion as a pretext to interfere in people's personal life. Prior to his time, some royals were untouchable, but he arrested well-known royals and senior wealthy businessmen who took it for granted they are above the law as they abuse and misuse public funds.

After his arrival he proved to the public (thru his own behavior and his actions ) that royals are not from another planet and they are ordinary people, though to be fair most royals never pretended to be. He brought about changes in less than two years that people thought will take decades. He sent a clear message to certain royals who thought the government will pay their own electric bills that they have to pay all outstanding electric bills or face disconnection and he did it. We saw for the first time a palace plunging in darkness untill electric bills were paid.

Women who used to walk on the side of the street watching men driving cars and feeling the discrimination are no longer having that pain. Now you can see women driving their own cars everywhere. Religious fanatics who used to roam shopping malls are no longer dare enter a mall because they all remember his own words (we can't afford to lose another thirty years of our life - referring to 1979-2009 when religious fanatics had the upper hand on the social scene - and we well destroy them if they ever try again).

He allowed movie theaters to open in every city, he allowed shopping malls to play background music as shoppers move around between shops, restaurants and coffee shops. Women, young and old, are now seen working in shopping malls and commercial areas side to side by men making their own life and their own income. That is not to say they were not allowed before. They were, but in certain areas such as medical and teaching girls.

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He conducted the first anti-corruption war for the first time in the history of the country and the region, as a result of which many fraudster, no matter their social ranking, are now in prison.

Wouldn't you vote for him? He is MBS, Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia.

Hamad S Alomar

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