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Prominent opposition leader Mussallam Al-Barrak vowed that protests in Kuwait will not stop before the establishment of an elected government and called on authorities to release detained activists immediately. Speaking at a protest in Sabah Al-
00 Kuwait vowed on Friday to take all necessary measures against any signs of disturbance and violence after police dispersed demonstrators the Gulf Arab state said had thrown stones, burnt car tyres and blocked roads.
A growing culture of violence at schools, including the carrying of knives and others weapons by boys and teenagers, is starting to worry government officials, psychologists and parents. Fighting among students, attacks on teachers, many of them
Kuwait Airways faces a new challenge this summer to keep the minimum number of national labor forces required in the carrier's privatization law when the deadline for Kuwaiti employees to submit retirement papers or relocation requests expires.
Amid preparations to outlines topics to be given priority once sessions resume in October, MPs are putting the Ministry of Social Affair and Labor under fire on topics ranging from minister Thekra Al-Rashidi's alleged nepotistic hiring as well as
Local dailies yesterday described Saturday's general elections as a success' with regards to passing the main three challenges of scorching heat, Ramadan fasting and boycott calls to secure a more than 50 percent turnout. Meanwhile, most reports
Thirty five candidates submitted their candidacy papers to the General Department for Elections Affairs at the Ministry of Interior on the third day of candidacy registration for the upcoming 14th parliamentary elections, slated for July 27. The
The first day of registration to run for the Parliamentary elections witnessed 65 candidates including one woman, Riham Al-Jlewi, in the Third district. The most notable candidate on Thursday was Abdallah Al-Roumi who said he will run for the speaker'
Former MP Musallam Al-Barrak, flanked by former MPs Mubarak Al-Walaan and Khaled Al-Tahous, leads opposition supporters late yesterday in a demonstration in Sabah Al-Nasser to demand the dissolution of the National Assembly elected last month in
If the opposition had cared for democracy, they would've challenged the in the parliament...I'm sure if the opposition had participated in the elections, they would've easily got half the votes. In this way, they could have had their argument on