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‘Political parties, citizens must respect court rulings’ Protests damage opposition stance: activist

KUWAIT CITY, July 9: Political activist Rakan bin Hathleen affirmed that the current malpractices, violence and chaos in the political arena have harmed the civilized popular movement in Kuwait, which had earlier toppled the government and Parliament when the political powers unified over the m u l t i - m i l l i o n deposits case and the overseas transfers case, reports Al- Seyassah daily.

He said the Kuwaiti nation managed to force the legislative and executive authorities to refer to the courts all files of violations in which a number of dignitaries are involved. “Therefore, all citizens and political parties must wait for the verdicts of the honest judiciary. We must not doubt the judicial power, which is the safety valve in the country under the umbrella of the wise political leadership that pays special concern to such files”, said Bin Hathleen.

He advised the Opposition to select a representative symbol who can consider the good of the country and its stability as top priority, especially since it has been proven that the Opposition is keen about upholding the security and stability of Kuwait. Bin Hathleen said many citizens have stopped supporting the Opposition because of the violations it commits particularly through its offensive and improper way of criticizing the prominent symbols of the country.

Meanwhile, the Kuwait Democratic Platform has criticized the violations committed by certain security systems by oppressing some citizens who had gathered for the ‘Dignity of Homeland 8’ rally, reports Al-Qabas daily. It insisted, “The security systems’ actions confirm their keenness to create a state of chaos and show off its authority to control the decision-makers in the country”. It stressed the need for reconciliation among various groups of the society, warning against transforming the

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