Fajr Al-Saeed raises controversy with a “bombed” tweet .. What will happen in Kuwait soon ?! | A nation is tweeting out of tune


The Kuwaiti media, Fajr Al-Saeed, sparked controversy with a “vague” tweet that she published on her Twitter account without revealing what she really meant.

Fajr Al-Saeed said in her tweet, which followers saw that it was carrying something: “There is something looming on the horizon .. I don’t know exactly what it is ..

Dawn Al-Saeed and the crisis of Ahmed Al-Saadoun

Fajr Al-Saeed responded in a second tweet to the former Kuwaiti parliamentarian, Saleh Al-Mulla, after expressing his rejection of the Public Prosecution’s decision to summon the former Speaker of the National Assembly and one of the opposition figures, Ahmed Al-Saadoun, for investigation.

“Al-Saadoun” was summoned due to his participation in a protest stand held in support of MP Badr Al-Dahoum and his violation of health requirements due to the Corona virus, at that point.

Fajr Al-Saeed said, as a response to “the mullah”: “The symbol of our ruler, may God prolong his life, Sheikh Nawwaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah .. This is symbolic and the symbol of all Kuwaitis.

Al-Saeed added in another tweet: “Our dear MPs, in the past, do not respond to the issue of selectivity by applying the law to the Dahome seminar only. You see the Prime Time Zone understand, Mo stupid. You know that you know that the transfer of the council’s events by opening is in the hands of the council’s office and not the government. Why are you laughing at Prime Time Zone !!!! ”

A new political crisis

Many see the decision to summon the former Speaker of the National Assembly, Ahmed Al-Saadoun, to investigate the beginning of a new political crisis that erupted in Kuwait that may lead to the overthrow of the new Kuwaiti government, before it is sworn in in Parliament.

The opposition deputies threatened the Prime Minister, Sheikh Sabah Al-Khaled Al-Sabah, with interrogation and lack of cooperation in the event that he did not withdraw from referring Ahmed Al-Saadoun to the Public Prosecution.

Representative Hassan Gohar, the leader of the “National Bloc”, which adopted a truce approach to the prime minister despite its presence in the opposition camp, said that entering Ahmed Al-Saadoun to the Public Prosecution “means interrogating the prime minister and ascending to the podium.”

Jawhar accused the Kuwaiti prime minister of “utter failure in managing state affairs and fear of being held accountable for the thieves of the century.”

MP Muhammad Barak Al-Mutair, hinting at a lack of cooperation with the government, said, “The transfer of a group of deputies and former MPs, headed by Ahmed Al-Saadoun. As well as converting some politicians with a clear mood to implement the law, it becomes clear to us that the new approach of the government does not amount to the approach of a government that deserves cooperation or satisfaction with its survival.

Ahmed Al-Saadoun crisis

Ahmed Al-Saadoun had participated in a protest stand in front of the house of MP Badr Al-Dahoum, who is facing a possible write-off case in the Constitutional Court. After a complaint filed by one of the voters, claiming Badr Al-Dahoum’s membership in Parliament did not apply. And the Constitutional Court reserved the case for a ruling, on March 14.

The stop witnessed violations of health requirements, which prompted the Ministry of Interior to transfer the participants in it to the Public Prosecution.

However, opposition leaders confirmed that their transfer to the prosecution was due to the content of the symposium. Especially since the inaugural session of the National Assembly witnessed a breach of health requirements. The Ministry of the Interior did not take any action against it.

Opposition MPs are also mobilizing efforts to boycott the government’s swearing-in session before Parliament. And thus to drop it, dissolve parliament, and call for new elections.

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