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‘All parties must respect ruling, unite for country’ Call to look into peoples problems

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 24: Political activist Eng. Ahmad Al-Hamad says the latest verdict of the Constitutional Court, which affirmed the constitutionality of the current Parliament and fortified the one-vote decree, has succeeded in calming down the Kuwaitis, reports Al-Seyassah daily. He affirmed that all political parties have to respect the verdict of the Constitutional Court, as the Kuwaiti judiciary is known for its honesty and experience, adding that it is the fortress of the country.

He stressed the need for turning a new leaf and building balanced brotherly relations among all components of the Kuwaiti society, adding, “The homeland is for all citizens and its interests will benefit them”. He further stressed the importance of allotting a roadmap for the smooth functioning of the political business in the country as well as the need to solve the problems faced by Kuwaiti citizens including those related to education, health, housing and unemployment.

Meanwhile, the resignations submitted by the ministers to the Prime Minister will not be considered as a group resignation, which means the Premier does not have to submit his resignation, reports Al-Anba daily quoting informed sources. They explained that the Premier has two options: either refer the ministers’ resignations to the political leadership as a group resignation or carry out a reshuffle process. Meanwhile, political sources revealed that the ministers’ aim in submitting their resignations to the Prime Minister was to avoid further interpellations, protect the political future of State Minister for National Assembly Affairs Dr Rola Dashti and help in fulfilling the pledge of HH the Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak in carrying out the reshuffle process.

They further revealed that the government took the initiative and asked the ministers to submit their resignations so that the premier can choose those ministers who will resume. They indicated that the expected reshuffle will be limited based on the desires of some ministers to leave their positions to new candidates in order to avoid tension. They added that the decision for a reshuffle will be announced in two weeks by the second half of January.

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