I met a minister today and asked him a few valid questions (or I think they were). Well, valid or not, he/she should have at least tried to answer the question and not reply 'off-topic' as if he/she had learnt something by heart and talk about a vague programme which he/she will use to lead or not the country if he/she wins. I'm still looking forward to be impressed. How dare tell that other ministers are incompetent in front of an audience when a simple question about strong measures to be taken in a specific field cannot be answered? I understand that this could be lack of knowledge or having too much money which makes them somehow sit in some kind of comfort zone in which they think they can buy votes or people to follow them. Seriously, I have still got to be impressed by any political party or any serious contender to implement real projects with real benefits in a structured and transparent manner here. Impress me please.
+Bernard Racoute I am not too sure what to think about them. Running a country and making comments behind a screen or a video on Youtube are 2 different things. We need projects, interesting ones with real ROI for the short and long term and people who understand that ideas and their implementation are far more valuable than people criticising people. We need competencies in each area that needs to be addressed; we need qualified people, not just 'rodere boute' and that's just the minimum. The rest is good management of this group of talent, and for that we need real leaders. I'm not saying that X party is worse than the other, in the end, it all boils down to: what kind of development one wants to see for the country and it's tricky to give priorities to areas that need to grow and refrain the others.