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AEG, having already received a six-month extension from the City Council last October, acknowledged Monday it was unable to lure a franchise back to the nation鈥檚 second-largest market.Although AEG in recent weeks had taken a series of high-profile steps to cast doubt on St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke鈥檚 plans to build a $1.86 billion stadium in Inglewood, there were suspicions around the NFL that AEG had given up on the Farmers Field project when the company missed a series of scheduled appointments with NFL officials in recent weeks.鈥淲e are no longer in discussion with the NFL or any NFL team. Our focus is on the continued development of the L.A. LIVE district, and assisting the City of Los Angeles with development of its Convention Center and the downtown core,鈥?said Ted Fikre, AEG鈥檚 vice chairman, in a statement. 鈥淲e have advised the city that we will not seek a further extension of the April 17 deadline for our Convention Center/stadium deal with the City.鈥滳ompany and city officials now turn their attention to renovating the convention center without the stadium.鈥淚 continue to believe that the NFL should have a home in Los Angeles, and know that the Farmers Field proposal was by far the best put forward, but I understand AEG鈥檚 decision to shift focus,鈥?Los Angeles City Council member Curren D. Price Jr. said. 鈥淲e will continue to move full speed ahead with the much needed expansion of the Los Angeles Convention Center. I look forward to a thorough review process of all design plans in the coming months as we work to secure the best possible project for the City.鈥漈he AEG decision comes in the wake of the Inglewood City Council last month approving plans to build an 80,000-seat stadium at Hollywood Park by a development group that includes Kroenke. It also follows last month鈥檚 announcement by the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders that they will pursue building a $1.7 billion, 75,000-seat stadium in Carson while also seeking stadium options in their current markets.The Inglewood and Carson projects contain a major element missing from previous attempts to bring the NFL back to the Los Angeles-Orange County market after a 20-year absence 鈥?NFL owners in control of sizable property in Southern California and with stadium leases that would enable their teams to relocate. But more than the looming threat of the Inglewood and Carson projects, Farmers Field was ultimately the victim of its ill-conceived original plan that called for AEG to own the stadium as well as backstop the funding of the renovation of the Convention Center鈥檚 West Hall, according to veterans of NFL stadium projects and leading sports business analysts.鈥淭hat project in downtown Los Angeles was doomed right from the outset with a plan that made no sense to the NFL,鈥?said Marc Ganis, a sports business consultant who was involved in the deals that led to the Raiders and Rams leaving Southern California after the 1994 season. 鈥淎nd they were irrational in sticking with that strategy even when they couldn鈥檛 get a team or the league to say it was viable for years. It was delusional to push the same plan that was fatally flawed from the beginning.鈥淭here鈥檚 never been a situation where a third party, for-profit group owns an NFL stadium that the NFL plays in.鈥滱nother major complication was that in order for the AEG plan to work financially the company had to own part of an NFL franchise relocating to Los Angeles. While the project was able to land a 30-year, $700 million naming rights deal with Farmers Insurance, it failed to secure a team. Ownership discussions stalled when Philip Anschutz, the company鈥檚 billionaire owner, tried to lowball teams against the advice of New England owner Robert Kraft, a longtime Anschutz friend, among others.鈥淔or the longest time they had these discussions where Phil wanted a team at a discounted rate,鈥?Ganis said. 鈥淲hy would anybody give that up, especially given the current market (for NFL clubs). It doesn鈥檛 make any sense.鈥漊SC sports business professor David Carter also questioned 鈥渨hether there was enough reality behind the deal.鈥滲ut Carter said the stadium project was also presented with a series of obstacles unique to Los Angeles and California.鈥淔armers Field I think was always challenged because of the big L.A. body politic, term-limited out council members, the economic (issues) that you have here鈥?that don鈥檛 exist in other markets, Carter said. 鈥淭he complications have always been somewhat large.鈥漈he project also lost momentum when AEG CEO Tim Leiweke was forced out of the company in March 2013, Carter and others said. Leiweke successfully navigated the stadium project over a series of political hurdles and even Anschutz鈥檚 decision to put the company up for sale in the fall of 2012. Anschutz took the company off the market the following March.鈥淭im Leiweke was this master salesman who knew how to open doors,鈥?Carter said. 鈥淗e was able to get so many people to fall in line behind the deal.鈥淚 do believe Tim Leiweke believed he could sell it and once he was gone it made it that much more difficult. You鈥檝e got a guy like Leiweke, a pied piper and then he鈥檚 gone and things don鈥檛 happen and then people get skeptical whether it鈥檚 politicians or the NFL.鈥滳ontact the writer:
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鈥淭HERE is a significant difference between fighting corruption and claims to fight corruption by mere words and statements,鈥?columnist and former Secretary-General of Kuwait Democratic Forum Ahmad Al-Dayyen wrote for Alam-Alyawm Tuesday. 鈥淪peaking of fighting corruption by statements, we recall a news report which was carried recently by the Kuwait News Agency (KUNA). The news report quoted Kuwaiti officials emphasizing before an international conference which was held recently over a strategy to fight corruption and the keenness of the Kuwaiti government to fight and encounter this menace.鈥淚n spite of the above, in reality we see just its opposite. In this context, we say Kuwait in 2003 signed the United Nations Anti-Corruption Agreement. Although this agreement became effective on March 17, 2007, that is more than three years ago, there are indications from the International Transparency Organization that corruption in the country has been gradually aggravating and according to the ratings issued by the world body Kuwait came in at No 66 among countries suffering from corruption. In other words, Kuwait got 4.1 points out of 10.鈥淏ased on the UN Anti-Corruption Agreement, Kuwait should have established a national authority to fight corruption and supervise the implementation process of the related policies.鈥淚n spite of the above, the government did nothing in this direction and the proposal too which was referred to the National Assembly in this regard, came from some MPs not the government. Not just that, the government attitude on this issue was composed, if not negative.鈥淎part from the above, Article 52 of the UN Anti-Corruption Agreement says the government officials must reveal their financial standing immediately after their appointment. In spite of the above, the government has not as yet submitted any draft law to this effect to the National Assembly for endorsement although the government had earlier expressed reservations over some parliamentary bills which called for disclosing the financial assets of government employees saying it violates the country鈥檚 Constitution.鈥淔urthermore, the government has unfortunately ignored the sublime Amiri order which was issued by HH the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmed, May the Almighty Allah bless him, on Sept 13, 2009 asking the Prime Minister to hasten and implement the resolutions of the UN Anti-Corruption Agreement as swiftly as possible, but the government until now has taken no serious measures to keep abreast with the requirements of this agreement so much so it has yet to respond to the purport of the Amiri order in question. This happened although the government was supposed to implement and apply the Amiri order.鈥滱lso: 鈥淭hose who believe the court verdict which was issued against the Secretary-General of the National Democratic Alliance, our brother Khaled Al-Fadhala because he gave his opinion or because he has violated the Press and Publication Law are definitely mistaken, because the verdict is based on a misdemeanor for violating the Article 209 of the Kuwaiti Penal Code,鈥?columnist AbdulWahhab Al-Omairi wrote for Al-Anba daily Tuesday.鈥淚n other words, the verdict was issued against Al-Fadhala based on the charges filed against him by the Prime Minister because Fadhala accused the Prime Minister of involvement in money laundering during a public seminar and this statement violated the Penal Code.鈥淭he verdict was issued based on this accusation and not due to the opinion given by Al-Fadhala or because of an article that was written by him for a newspaper.鈥淚 personally sympathize with Al-Fadhala and I hope he will be released as soon as possible, but through the right judicial channel, the Court of Appeals, because the latter has the power to overrule the verdict issued by the lower court.鈥淎lthough I am convinced of the poor government performance and in spite of my strong reservations on its manner of managing the country鈥檚 affairs, it will not prevent me from supporting the right.鈥淚n other words, we say the Prime Minister was right when he resorted to the judiciary, because a charge which can be punished by law was leveled to the Premier by Al-Fadhala. However, if we don鈥檛 respect the verdict of the judiciary, how will we respect the State of Law?鈥濃€淭he claim by some columnists that the Secretary-General of Kuwait National Democratic Alliance Khaled Al-Fadhala has been sentenced to three months imprisonment because he violated the Press and Publication Law are definitely wrong,鈥?columnist Abu Khaled wrote for Freedom Journal Tuesday.鈥淲ith our due respect to those who are trying to tell us that Al-Fadhala was sentenced to jail by the Court of Misdemeanor for violating the Press and Public Law, we want to tell them that their claim is baseless because what Al-Fadhala has spoken against a Kuwaiti citizen, Sheikh Nasser Al-Mohammad, amounts to crime and the person must be held responsible legally either through the application of the text of the Press and the Publican Law or the Penal Code.鈥淚n other words, let us presume there is no Press and Publication Law in Kuwait, but is it right to let go baseless accusations against citizens without the person being punished?鈥淭he accusations against an innocent citizen that he is involved in money laundering means this citizen is also involved in drug trafficking or is a weapons trader, and mind you these crimes are vicious. Such being the case, this citizen reserves the right to resort to the judiciary and file a case against those who have accused him of those charges.鈥淢eanwhile, to those who say this is the first time in the country鈥檚 history to see a prime minister filing a case against a citizen and the court sentencing the plaintiff to jail, we say they are wrong. For these people, we say 鈥榶ou are wrong鈥?鈥淚n other words, while we concede that the Prime Minister filing a case against a citizen represents a first precedent of its kind, we would like to bring to the attention of the people the fact that verbally abusing the Prime Minister by a citizen has also set a precedent in the country鈥檚 history.鈥濃€淚t is apparent the 鈥榲irus鈥?that tickles the emotions of citizens at the expense of the country鈥檚 interests has been shifted from the National Assembly to the government and this was evident when the Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs Roudhan Al-Roudhan issued a statement recently saying the government will soon issue resolutions favoring the citizens,鈥?columnist and attorney Rashed Al-Radaan wrote for Al-Watan Arabic daily Tuesday.鈥淗owever, if the government fulfills its pledge and issues the prospective resolutions when the National Assembly is in summer recess then we will give the government a standing ovation.鈥淚f this happens we expect a majority of the citizens to take the government statements seriously, but the question is: What are the resolutions?鈥淚n this connection, we say the Insolvents Fund Law, has already been enacted, the proposal calling for writing off the citizens consumer loans has been rejected and the sports issue is still in the hands of the MPs who from time to time threaten to file a parliamentary interpellation against the Prime Minister over this issue.鈥淭hen what are the popular resolutions the government is planning to issue to favor the citizens? According to some reliable sources our government will issue some resolutions to reactivate the national economy in general and support the Chamber of Commerce and Industry in particular, particularly since we know some local firms are currently on the verge of bankruptcy. The government may also reactivate the Financial Stability Supporting Law to rescue these firms and breathe in them a new life to fortify their financial standing.鈥淎part from the above, the people expect the government to soon issue some decisions to implement the new Development Plan, reactivate the banking sector in the country and fight the phenomenon of skyrocketing prices.鈥濃€淲e have already talked about the inability of the Members of Parliament to come to terms or at least improve their performance when it comes to discussing vital issues concerning national projects which have been held hostage by some MPs due to political bickering,鈥?columnist Nahr Amer Al-Mahfouz wrote for Annahar daily.鈥淭his is one of the several reasons which has forced the government to use the intimidation tactics and force the issues down the neck of the MPs to bring a silver lining to the political situation in the country.鈥淚n a way the government has studied the whims and wishes of some MPs and until now was able to control their emotions through the stick and carrot policy.鈥濃€淲hy doesn鈥檛 the government punish corrupt people? Why doesn鈥檛 it punish those who violate the law openly? Why are they allowed to roam freely in the country even when it is known that they violated rules? And why are critics who take on public officials sent to jail and treated like criminals?鈥?columnist Lama Farid Al-Othman wrote for Al-Jarida daily.鈥淭here are people who play with public funds, but when an interpellation is filed in this regard, requests are made to hold the session behind closed doors so that there is no transparency. 鈥淚t is unfortunate that writers and political activists are dragged into jails and are pursued as criminals in accordance with some unconstitutional laws. First, writer blogger Mohammad Abdul-Kader Al-Jassem was jailed for expressing his opinion and now Secretary General of National Democratic Alliance Khaled Al-Fadhala got arrested for his remarks on the Prime Minister.鈥濃€淭he government presented the five-year plan with the announcement that the presentation marks the beginning of real development projects. It allocated KD 37 billion, which is equal to over $ 100 billion, for this plan and said the implementation will begin in 2010,鈥?Musharraf Bin Aqab wrote for Al-Shahid daily.鈥淭he announcement was sweet, but the reality on ground is completely opposite as the year 2010 will pass without any achievement in this regard. The most disappointing factor was the lackluster attitude of the National Assembly.鈥淭he Parliament approved the annual budget of KD 16 million, which is a huge amount, within a record time and in a single session. The approval took place within two hours without any notable plan, detail or transparency and this indicates lack of serious monitoring. The Parliament seems to have ignored the repeated unfavorable annual reports the State Audit Bureau issues on state expenditures. The Parliament deserves a gold medal for passing the budget within a record time of two hours.鈥濃€淧erhaps we should learn from the experiments of other Arabian Gulf States which have ensured that all motorists respect traffic rules. In Kuwait, motorists are reckless and do not respect traffic laws, because penalties are not strictly imposed. Moreover, people no longer give respect or importance to traffic men and patrols,鈥?columnist Talal Al-Saeed wrote for Al-Seyassah daily.鈥淚 still remember the time when police officers were people鈥檚 friends and helped children cross the road. That image is still etched in many people鈥檚 memory and they remember with fondness that beautiful era when driving was considered an art and was done tactfully. All those things have changed in our society.鈥淓veryone agrees that the problem is due to the imbalance in the society, where expatriates outnumber the locals. Qatar and the UAE, however, impose their traditions on expatriates and force them to respect law.鈥濃€淲e live in a democratic state and have a Constitution whose 184 articles specify the rights and duties of every citizen. In fact, some countries have studied our democratic experience and tried to adopt a similar system,鈥?columnist Abdullah Al-Shamla鈥檔 wrote for Al-Shahid daily.鈥淎rticle No. 36 of the Constitution guarantees freedom of opinion to all citizens and specifies that citizens can express it verbally or in writing. Accordingly, our brother writers, columnists, colleagues and political activists have the right to criticize, but not defame anyone. Meanwhile, our leaders and officials will have to bear criticism as long as it is objective and doesn鈥檛 harm their dignity.鈥濃€淭hose who are keen on dissolving the National Assembly have been downgraded by the people, following their attempt to defame the Kuwaiti government and the nation, as well as the democratic dispensation at the international community by inciting certain individuals to violate the law,鈥?Hassan Al-Mehemzy wrote for Al-Sabah daily. 鈥淭he Speaker of Parliament touched on the issue, as he revealed the greedy nature of that minority group seeking the dissolution of the Parliament, during an open forum. He disappointed those who are eagerly escalating the current internal situation for personal political gains and disregarding the interests of the state and its citizens. Mercenaries will not triumph in their effort to destabilize the political situation by inciting chaos.鈥濃€淪ome people consider Europe the 鈥榦ld continent鈥?but it is still the 鈥榤other鈥?of modern civilization, as well as the hub and conscience of international culture,鈥?Ahmad Al-Sarraf wrote for Al-Qabas daily.鈥淭he West, including Europe, plays a humanitarian role by fighting backwardness and accommodating miserable and wounded people. They have also accommodated former politicians and members of opposition groups keen on defending democracy and their rights.鈥淲e need to be impartial to fully understand why an ordinary European politician or citizen reacts to criticisms from Muslims. We should put ourselves into their shoes, because the continent will transform, within a generation or two, into something else due to the influx of tyrant Muslims who wish to change it into Islamic sea.鈥淓uropeans have right to express concern over the negative impact of the minority, especially Muslims who earn a living in the continent. In the same manner, we are worried about the negative effects of the activities of Asian workers here.鈥濃€淟awmakers ended the parliamentary term with a low behavioral performance. Nobody expected them to act that way under the parliamentary dome, considering their status in the Kuwaiti society,鈥?Turki Al-Azemi wrote for Al-Rai daily.鈥淲e wish to review the performance during the summer break, while we are waiting for Ramadan, in order to 鈥榗leanse鈥?the souls and save whatever has remained in our campaign for decent speech. 鈥淎s for the government, State Minister for Cabinet Affairs Roudhan Al-Roudhan has vowed to take public decisions and specify a certain mechanism to assess the performance of leaders in different institutions in the country. He explained this step is aimed at identifying the level of commitment to implement the work program of the government.鈥淥ur concern is no longer a secret, since the situation in most institutions of the country has been deteriorating due to the absence of an effective leadership concept. 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