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Kuwaiti government resigns after dispute with parliament

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Market Desk (online): Prince Sheikh Meshal al-Ahmad al-Sabah, who has taken over most of the emir’s duties, last year named Sheikh Ahmad as premier and called early legislative polls after dissolving the previous parliament to be ended dispute that impeded fiscal reforms.

Tensions recently resurfaced between Kuwait’s elected parliament and the government, sworn in last October, as lawmakers pressed for a debt relief bill, under which the state would buy Kuwaiti citizen’s personal loans and sought to question 2 ministers.

The PM submitted the government’s resignation to the crown prince “as a result of what has become of the relationship between the executive and legislative authorities”, KUNA reported citing a cabinet statement.

Parliament had been scheduled to convene on Tuesday.

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