I’m sorry to insist, but how did your prime minister get in the same position for 40 years? Was he elected directly or indirectly by the people? Because, as far as I could read, he wasn’t elected, he was appointed by the king. Isn’t it legitimate that some people want to change that system?
And I don’t know how it works in the middle east and Bahrain specifically, but in most western nations 99.9% of the politicians don’t serve the people, they just serve themselves, and they don’t have dedication to his work in order to help people, they only have dedication for his salary and for the power they have.
So, according to what you say, I can find one of two conclusions:
1 – You’re been very very naive
2 – You got one of the 0.1% of honest politicians appointed as prime minister, in this case I envy you.
By the way, how people in Bahrain feel in general about the F1 Grand Prix? They feel it as a national event? Or they believe it’s a very expensive thing with few return? because I don’t know the exact figures, but the track construction usually costs around 500 million €, and Bahrain pays around 60 millions a year to have the first race. How do you and your fellow country mates feel about this expenses?