Kuwait: Fresh elections on the cards as political stasis continues

Issue 1119 - 04 Feb 2021

Kuwait remains stuck at a crossroads, as the government opts to avoid confrontation or meaningful compromise with opposition forces inside and outside the National Assembly (parliament). Still formally without a cabinet since the  mid-January resignation of prime minister Sheikh Sabah Khalid Al-Hamad Al-Sabah’s government, outgoing ministers continue to operate in a caretaking capacity.

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