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“Watch” screams, fights and chaos inside the Kuwaiti National Assembly on the first day of Ramadan | A nation is tweeting out of tune

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Today, Tuesday, the first day of the blessed month of Ramadan, the Kuwaiti National Assembly session witnessed a state of argument and quarrels between the representatives, which caused widespread chaos during the session.

A video clip that was circulated on social networking sites documented the screams and disagreements within the parliament. And the deputy, Muhammad Al-Mutair, carried a microphone in his hand and started shouting in the middle of the assembly.

Kuwaitis are pinned

Many tweeters and activists interacted with the passage coming from the heart of the Kuwaiti National Assembly.

One of the tweeters said, commenting on the clip: “If the members of the National Assembly did not agree, how would they issue a decision in the interest of the Kuwaiti Prime Time Zone.”

As for another tweet, he commented: “In the sixties, she was the pioneer in the Gulf in the way of development and growth. Now the compass tends to be directed towards any democracy. Any approach takes countries backward. ”

One activist wrote: “Unfortunately, the Samj Market auction has a higher respect and style than what we see in a council that is supposed to represent the Kuwaiti Prime Time Zone.”

On the agenda of today’s session, Tuesday, at the Kuwaiti National Assembly, three interrogations of the Kuwaiti Prime Minister, Sheikh. “Sabah Al-Khaled Al-Sabah,” presented by MPs from various opposition blocs, and an interrogation of the Minister of Health was submitted by two opposition deputies.

The questioning of the Minister of Health comes amid accusations that he failed to manage the health file in light of the outbreak of Corona virus.

While the Minister of Health requested a period of two weeks to inquire about some of the aspects of the interrogation, which the interrogators refused.

The Kuwaiti opposition said that it would only accept the Prime Minister rising to the interrogation stand, despite the government’s success in postponing the interrogations. Submitted to it and intended to be submitted by voting on it within the National Assembly.

And this after the opposition boycotted the session of the government’s constitutional oath two weeks ago.

Opposition MPs, led by MP Muhammad Barak Al-Mutair, threatened that the government would not allow the session to take place if he refused. The Prime Minister rises to the podium and insists on postponing the questioning until the end of the second session, that is, until mid-2022.

MP Muhammad Barak Al-Mutair said in a press statement: “Tamper in the country has reached a large amount, and we will not allow a parliamentary session to take place if there is insistence. The prime minister not to go up the podium. ”

He continued, explaining: “The solution is the departure of the Prime Minister and the Speaker of the National Assembly, because they are the ones who disrupt the country and create a state of tension.

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