Candidates Begin Registration for Election; How to Recognize Competent Nominee?
the only suitable option to introduce competent nominee is cultural activity and continuous awareness based on an academic and specific strategy.
We are on the verge of the registration process to hold parliamentary and district councils elections. The queues for possible or definite candidates are roughly specified. Most of the candidates have access to social networks. They publish their pictures, slogans, everyday programs and subsequent strategies. Many young voters have even expressed their stance and directly encourage others to cooperate with their particular candidate.
In fact, seeking fame under the pretext of parliamentary and district elections is a hot issue. Some practically started their activities. They go among the people, asking their problems and make their calculation. Some are holding cultural, social and academic meetings. Some are trying to write for a printing press or to talk on the visual press. Everything is a sign of representation; representation among the people for fame and to obtain votes in the near future.
Legally, all eligible people can nominate themselves or vote. Nobody can prevent a person from such citizenship right. The field is open for all but one need political and intellectual capacity to win.
On the other hand, the candidates’ figure is astronomical, making it hard for some to recognize the candidates or created hesitancy for voting. For this reason, the only suitable option to introduce competent nominee is cultural activity and continuous awareness based on an academic and specific strategy. In other words, awareness can segregate the best from bad since the number of nominees is too many and there is no way to decrease it. Because most of the people come across two ways during the voting process.
Informing and cooperation with candidates that have a program, specific personality traits and national thought can highlight them among thousands of other candidates. The informing process should be implemented through a specific plan that can be adapted by different groups. Candidates can talk with young people and educated people. Uncovering common points and pain creates an impression and opens up the field for certain and probable candidates.
Communication networks, brochures, and scientific parties are good areas for candidates to pose themselves. Those candidates should be supported that deserve such valuable responsibility; otherwise, we will have the same scandalous parliament.
Sayed Abdul Basir Mesbah – University professor and communication researcher
Translated by Taher Mojab