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‘Constitution doesn’t ban return of minister subjected to grilling’

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 17: Constitutional expert and Law Professor at the Faculty of Law in Kuwait University Dr Mohmmad Al-Filly has affirmed that a minister who has been interrogated is constitutionally allowed to return to the government, but it is very bad politically, reports Al-Jarida daily.

Asked whether a minister who has been subjected to a no-confidence motion could return to the same position or not, Al-Filly clarified “we are in the process of political accommodation. The Constitution does not ban the return of any minister subjected to interpellation and noconfidence motions.”

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