Kuwait, 2022 elections cancelled: former parliament returned


Twist in Kuwait, where the Constitutional Court annulled the outcome of the September 2022 legislative elections and decided on this occasion to reinstate the dissolved 2020 Parliament. A decision taken at a time of strong tensions between the government and the Kuwaiti Parliament. As the official Kuna news agency reported, the Constitutional Court’s decision “overrules the results of the last National Assembly elections due to irregularities in the dissolution of the previous parliament”.

In Kuwait, the parliament consists of 50 members and is the only such parliament in the Gulf, with the power to pass and block laws, question ministers and pass a motion of no confidence against senior officials, but the final power always rests with itself. By order. In recent years, however, relations between parliament and government have become tumultuous to say the least, with the emir being forced to dissolve parliament ten times.

Source: Today IT


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