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Tag Archives: parliament

Parliament’s move to reject court ruling must be discussed: Speaker

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 31: Legal and constitutional implications after Parliament rejected lifting two Kuwaiti lawmakers’ parliamentary privileges should be “discussed and dealt with,” Kuwait’s National …

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ASSEMBLY SET TO VOTE ON SEATING TWO SENTENCED MPs

MPs pull PM grilling – Government initiatives solve issues By Ahmed Al-Naqeeb Arab Times Staff KUWAIT CITY, Oct 29: The grilling request which was filed …

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Panel rejects dumping sentenced MPs

STACKED AGENDA AS ASSEMBLY SET TO RECONVENE KUWAIT CITY, Oct 28: The Legislative and Legal Affairs Committee of the National Assembly during its meeting Sunday …

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Inactivity and paralysis hits parliamentary committees

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 21: Despite the start of the third legislative term being almost a stone’s throw away, and the expectation for the level of …

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Assembly to start Oct 30 – Budgets pile up

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 23: The date for the start of the National Assembly’s third regular session of the 15th legislative term has been finalized for …

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Call for ‘stormers’ to apologize to Amir before amnesty gets support

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 6: Concurrently with the requests submitted by Deputy National Assembly Speaker Essa Al-Kandari and a number of MPs for urging His Highness …

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Polls seen for stormer seats

KUWAIT CITY, July 28: MP Riyadh Al-Adsani said there is no red line in holding ministers responsible for shortcomings in their respective ministries, asserting that …

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Assembly looked into eight requests for ‘immunity lift’

MP submits draft law KUWAIT CITY, July 24: The National Assembly, in the second round of the 15th legislative term, looked into eight requests for …

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Judgement on ‘stormers’ to change political equilibrium

‘Blanket pardon unacceptable’ KUWAIT CITY, July 23: MP Ahmad Al-Fadhl affirmed that judgments concerning the storming of National Assembly premises will change the political equilibrium …

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Convicted ‘stormers’ deserve prison for rebellion, says court

KUWAIT CITY, July 19: The Court of Cassation declared the 16 convicted former and current lawmakers who stormed the National Assembly premises deserve the jail …

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