Saturday , November 18 2017

Ahmed Al Jarallah

Until when Guardian of the Constitution? – We are tired of the flippant ones

O HH the Amir, you said in your elevated speech during the recent opening session of the National Assembly, “I am the guardian of the Constitution and I will not allow it to be infringed. It is the main guarantee, after Almighty Allah, for peace and stability of the nation. …

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Amir has spoken, time will tell

KNOWN for his transparency, His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmed Al-Jaber Al-Sabah gave his word at the inauguration of the second parliamentary term. The word is a platform for the legislative authority that bears national responsibility to come out of the cocoon of familiarity with the horizon and act. …

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Until when will Kuwait remain on the palm of wicked MPs?

UNDOUBTEDLY, lack of election program and settling for personal promises and services led to parliamentary bankruptcy that Kuwait has never witnessed since the start of its parliamentary life. This is especially true in the last three decades when control tools provided by the Constitution were transformed into scarecrows to threaten …

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Emirate leaders, take it easy on us

WE say this openly to the leaders of the Emirates (United Arab Emirates): Take it easy on us O HH Sheikh Muhammad bin Rashid and HH Sheikh Muhammad bin Zayed. Do not exhaust us with surprises that we cannot match. Just yesterday, you came up with the Ministry of Happiness. …

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Muhammad bin Salman … rights holders shout we want solutions

INVESTORS from Saudi Arabia, Gulf, Arab and foreign countries are relieved after the arrest of a Saudi billionaire of Kuwaiti origin — Maan Al-Sanea; because this is the first important step towards realization of ‘Vision 2030’ on developing the Kingdom’s economy and putting it on the right path. This also …

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Iraq watch out, the fire is huge

UNDOUBTEDLY, avoiding war in the oil regions of Kirkuk is a good step towards reducing tensions that emitted from the recent secession referendum in Kurdistan. However, this would not be enough unless Iraqis are wary about falling into the trap of civil war. Iraqis have had enough with the wars …

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At the time when the citizen Muhammad VI speaks…

ONCE again, King Muhammad VI addressed the Moroccan legislative authority in its 2nd commencement session as a citizen expressing his concerns and suffering. He put everyone in front of the national responsibility which does not accept bargaining or discrimination, especially when he conveyed to the authority the misgivings of youths …

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Iran ‘Nobel’ for pretence

THE Arab adage, “They satisfied us with beating, so we satisfied them with swearing,” applies to the Iranian policy. At a time when Tehran is begging for lifting of sanctions to silence the voices of 56 percent of its population living below the poverty line because of Tehran’s terror operations …

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Don’t let demons mess with ‘the Gulf’

SINCE its inception in 1981, the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) has proven to be the most able Arab institution in terms of facing challenges; whether from outside when it encounters, and continues to encounter, attempts to weaken and divert it away from its course, or internally through the pessimist opinions …

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