Kuwait election results put parliament and government on collision course

Issue 917 - 09 Feb 2012 | 4 minute read

Invigorated by the Arab Spring, and encouraged by last year’s dissolution of parliament following protests over corruption, a new parliament looks set to bring Kuwait to tipping point. Analysts say there is only so long the country can endure the paralysis caused by pitching an elected parliament against a hand-picked government

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