The Emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad, issued, on Wednesday, an Emiri decree to postpone the National Assembly meetings for a month, starting from Thursday, February 18, according to Article 106 of the Constitution.
This comes after the delay in forming the Kuwaiti government, as A number of deputies announced that the current Prime Minister, Sheikh Sabah Al-Khaled, would be questioned immediately upon his assignment to form the new government. And before that, the relationship between the National Assembly and the government worsened, which resulted in the resignation of the previous government.
It is mentioned that the Kuwaiti Parliament had been suspended for a month during the reign of the late Emir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad.
It was The Emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad, issued an Emiri order on January 24, appointing Sheikh Sabah Al-Khaled as Prime Minister and assigning him to choose the ministers.
This came after the Emir of Kuwait accepted the resignation of the government headed by Sheikh Sabah Al-Khaled, and assigned it to conduct business Urgent until the date of the formation of the new government.
The resignation of the Prime Minister came after the resignation of the ministers due to “the status of developments in the current situation in the relationship between Parliament and the government.”
It was 3 Deputies in Parliament, which was elected last December, submitted an interpellation request to the Prime Minister on the fifth of January, accusing him of not cooperating with the National Assembly.
This request received the support of about 34 other deputies, Those who announced their intention to support the interrogation, which means that 37 deputies out of fifty support the questioning of the prime minister.
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