Kuwait: Thousands Rally against Court Ruling Dissolving Opposition-led Parliament | International Business Times
Protesters have taken to the streets of Kuwait City to criticise a constitutional court ruling that declared parliamentary elections in February illegal and reinstated the previous parliament. The National Assembly elections saw the opposition dominate and replace a more pro-regime parliament. That election result was torpedoed by the court ruling, which protesters said followed opposition calls for a constitutional monarchy with a full parliamentary system. “This is the beginning of the road to a constitutional monarchy,” prominent opposition MP Mussallam al-Barrak told protesters. “We call on the authorities to issue a new decree to dissolve the 2009 parliament.”Full Article: Thousands of Kuwaitis Rally against Court Ruling Dissolving Opposition-led Parliament - International Business Times.