According to the news in the Kuwaiti official agency KUNA, Emir Sheikh Nawaf al-Ahmed al-Jaber es-Sabah, who accepted the resignation of Prime Minister Sheikh Ahmed Nawaf al-Ahmed al-Sabah and the ministers after the election results were announced, asked the government to continue his duty until a new cabinet is formed. wanted.
As a result of the parliamentary elections held in Kuwait yesterday, 13 new names entered the 50-seat National Assembly.
Dissolution of the Assembly and election decisions in Kuwait
The Emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Nawaf al-Ahmed al-Jaber es-Sabah, dissolved the Assembly in August 2022 on the grounds of “incompatibility between the deputies” and decided to elect a new election.
However, about 6 months later, on March 19, 2023, the Constitutional Court decided to cancel the general election in 2022, citing that the previous parliament’s decision to dissolve was “illegal”.
The Supreme Court ruled that the parliament should continue with the members elected in the previous election, in 2020.
The Emir of Kuwait finally dissolved the 2020 Assembly, which returned to duty with the decision of the Constitutional Court, on April 17, and decided to hold elections on June 6, 2023.