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Tag Archives: parliament

MPs mull legislation on criticizing public figures

KUWAIT CITY, July 10: Although it falls within the social norm, criticizing a public figure through various media outlets will most likely be covered by …

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Prosecution preparing warrants to arrest convicted ‘stormers’

‘Only one convict has surrendered’ KUWAIT CITY, July 10: Public Prosecution has started preparing warrants for arresting those who are convicted in the case of …

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Resignations, legislation to pardon eyed

MPs CONSIDER REACTIONS TO COURT RULING ON JAILINGS KUWAIT CITY, July 9: The local political scene is abuzz with talks after the Cassation Court announced …

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High court jails former, current MPs

Sentences reduced for 2011 storming KUWAIT CITY, July 8: The Court of Cassation on Sunday sentenced 13 former and current MPs to reduced three years …

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Parliament concludes second session … 14 laws approved

Twenty-one agreements okayed KUWAIT CITY, June 28, (KUNA): The National Assembly concluded Wednesday the second session of its fifteenth term. The session, which started on …

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Assembly’s special session adjourned for lack of quorum

Govt fails to make a presence KUWAIT CITY, June 24: Before taking a long summer break at the end of this week, the National Assembly …

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No government resignation – Speaker denies rumors

KUWAIT CITY, April 10: National Assembly Speaker Marzouq Al-Ghanim has denied rumors spread on social networking sites about the resignation of the government. “Unfortunately, we …

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Some experts urge Parliament to review law on conflict of interests

KUWAIT CITY, March 28: Reacting to the recentlyissued law on conflict of interests, a number of experts affirmed that the law contradicts articles 18, 33, …

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Claims against Parliament simply baseless – Speaker

GENEVA, March 24, (KUNA): The parliamentary delegation have “easily” refuted allegations and complaints by a current and former Kuwaiti MPs, said Kuwait’s National Assembly Speaker …

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Stormers case delayed, travel ban decision shifted to Mar 11

KUWAIT CITY, March 4: The Court of Cassation, presided over by Judge Saleh Al-Muwaished, postponed the session on the National Assembly storming case until March …

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