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KUWAIT CITY, June 3: Despite the closure of Erada Square, security forces allowed the demonstration called by former MP Saleh Al-Mulla to be held for a one hour in a “cool” atmosphere secured by the air conditioners that the Ministry of Interior deployed at the site, reports Al-Rai daily. Dozens of citizens participated in the demonstration, during which they expressed their anger about the disruption caused to the progress of the country due to the differences between the executive and legislative authorities, according to the letter sent by Al-Mulla to the Ministry of Interior to request for authorizing the demonstration. The protesters raised banners and called for reform led by the general amnesty law and the abolition of the laws that restrict freedom of expression. Some among them also raised banners calling for the naturalization of the Bedoun residents