PM to start consultations after the holidays
KUWAIT CITY, February 18: Amid disagreements in parliament over the month-long suspension of parliament, although this is expected to result in some calm in the period ahead, informed sources revealed that His Highness Prime Minister Sheikh Sabah Al-Khaled, who is responsible for the formation of the new government, will resume consultations after the national holidays. The new government is expected to come to light in mid-March.
This came after previous consultations on the formation of a new government were interrupted by a wave of non-acceptance and the constant parliamentary threats against the consulted members of society who have the potential to take ministerial minutes.
The sources said that Sheikh Sabah Al-Khaled had expressed his wish to apologize for the contract, but he was asked to continue to run the government and continue his consultations, especially given the current circumstances the country is going through. and in anticipation of the developments that will occur in the days and weeks ahead.
Commenting on parliament’s suspension for a month, the source said it would not mark the end of efforts to end the political struggle between the executive and legislature, suggesting trends towards “other action” are emerging. They also made it clear that MPs’ persistence in approving the “general amnesty” request on the basis of their will and contrary to the agreements of others who had returned to the country could bring these options to the table.
By employees of Salem Al-Wawan Al-Seyassah