02 August 2022

Amiri Decree in Kuwait Dissolves National Assembly


Kuwait, August 02 (QNA) - An Amiri Decree was issued on Tuesday in the State of Kuwait to dissolve the National Assembly.
"To rectify the political scene involving lack of harmony and cooperation, in addition to differences, conflicts, personal interests, failure to accept others, practices and behaviors that undermine national unity, it was a must to resort to the people who represent the destiny, extension, survival and existence so that they could rectify the path in a way that serves their supreme interests," said the decree, reported by Kuwait's KUNA.
The issuance of the decree comes hours after the swearing-in of the new Kuwaiti government headed by HH Sheikh Ahmed Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah.
On June 22, HH Crown Prince of Kuwait Sheikh Meshaal Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah announced the dissolution of the National Assembly and the call for general elections in accordance with the requirements of the Constitution. (QNA)


General, Gulf Region, GCC states, Kuwait
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