Kuwait’s government falls after less than four months, as tensions with parliament claim another victim

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Issue 1162 - 26 Jan 2023 | 6 minute read

Kuwait's Prime Minister Sheikh Ahmed Al-Nawaf Al-Sabah has tendered his government's resignation, following a dispute over proposals to pay off the debts of locals and a brief boycott of the National Assembly by cabinet ministers. The country is once again facing a period of uncertainty, with no clear sign of how the structural tensions between an unelected government and a popularly-elected parliament might be resolved.

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