Kuwait Political Stalemate Seen Continuing After Electoral Law Upheld
By Nick Wilson
The political stalemate between the executive and legislative branches of Kuwait’s government looks set to continue after the country’s highest court upheld the 2006 electoral law. Oil and gas developments remain in limbo. The 25 September ruling rejects the government’s attempts to redraw voting boundaries – a move which it said is to protect...
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