HH the Crown Prince Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah received HH the Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah
Two ‘royals’ served summons over alleged anti-Amir tweets Al-Arabiya sat TV ends services of its correspondent in Kuwait

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 7: The Public Prosecution has summoned two unidentified members of the ruling family for interrogation for alle-ged offending tweets against HH the Amir on their social networking websites, reports Annahar daily.

The complaints against the suspects were filed by the Amiri Diwan.

According to security sources the suspects have gone underground and there is even a possibility one of them is outside the country.

Meanwhile, the Al-Arabiya satellite TV channel has terminated the services of its correspondent in Kuwait Saad Al-Ajmi for biased reporting in favor of the so-called ‘majority’ in the annulled 2012 National Assembly, reports Al-Seyassah daily.

According to the daily the channel, while ending the services of the correspondent said, Al-Ajmi had failed in maintaining neutrality and protecting the objectivity of his profession.

Al-Ajmi who is believed to be member of the Popular Labor Bloc had failed to strike a balance between his job and his political activities.

In a letter addressed to Al-Ajmi, the channel said it does not require his services.

In the meantime, youths of the Islamic Constitutional Movement (ICM) blame their leadership for using the ‘collision method’ and deviating from interacting with the society, reports Al-Shahed daily.

In a memo they presented Monday to the Chairperson of Social Reforms Society and Political Office of the movement, the youths said the movement has lost its reputation ever since it was identified with the Muslim Brotherhood Movement, in addition to its failure to recognize the role of the media in dispelling negative impression the people have about them. They noted the public now look at the movement with utmost skepticism, stressing this impression manifested clearly at the recent elections in various faculties of higher institutions in Kuwait.

They added the situation continues to haunt the students’ activities and pointed to a statement Sheikh Jassem Al-Yasin issued regarding imminent risk the movement currently faces. They disclosed their intention to form a new movement which will be independent of the current one, and assured readiness to participate in the forthcoming elections with nomination of five members from each constituency.
“We are not ready to lose our achievements of the past, particularly after we have realized that the Salafist Movement exploits maladministration and lack of decision in our movement,” the memo indicated.

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