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Opinion

Your Highness, solution in the ‘vegetable market’

IT is not a secret that all our governments, especially the last four, were not up to the task. They delayed in dealing with matters, …

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Whoever fears climbing mountains lives in puddles throughout his life

I and hundreds of thousands of Kuwaitis believe that our recent governments and parliaments opted to make us live among the pits.  Lacking decisiveness, they …

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Elon Musk Twitter acquisition and its impact on free speech

In the Middle East, free speech is poorly protected. Thousands of citizens in the Arab world have been prosecuted due to something they wrote online. …

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Great fire starts with tiny sparks

A LEADER or an official is not judged by his social traits or his moral qualities. If he is friendly and trustworthy, then it means …

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The day I decided to quit Jabriya for a ‘quiet’ area

I lived in Jabriya for the first time in 1976, and after nearly half a century I decided to move to another area. The colleague …

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Kuwait needs field commanders

COUNTRIES are not built by promises but by action. The integrity of an official is with himself, and his relationship with his society qualifies him …

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Kuwait water … and the 3 pressing parties

There are nearly five hundred vital government positions of which 160 are vacant, all of them senior appointments which have been waiting for a government …

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Too late … cleverness-of-the-crow minister turned the tables on the owl

A CLOSED state is one in which the official holds a unilateral opinion that generates crises in the state and renders it to suffer from …

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‘Nothing bodes well for home’

Al-Qabas has been addressing the most complex and most dangerous issues through editorials, the latest of which was published last Thursday warning that what is …

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Who aromatizes the other, the government or the parliament?

WHEN the speakership of the legislative authority blends with the premiership of the Council of Ministers, it leads to the overriding of the Constitution in …

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