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Kuwait’s Political Adolescence: The Controversies of Constitutional Reform

—Dr. Fatima AlMatar, Kuwait University, Department of Public Law The political situation of Kuwait today resembles 17th century Britain, where the Amir[1] still has the power to dissolve parliament whenever he pleases so long as he provides a reason for doing so, and so long as the parliament is not dissolved again on the same

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Published on April 3, 2015
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