Kuwait: In the general elections held in Kuwait, the opposition won the majority and defeated the government.
According to the report of Al Jazeera television, according to the results of the general elections held on June 6, the opposition won 29 seats out of the 50-seat House. Only one woman is among the successful candidates.
According to the media, the voter turnout in the general elections was 51 percent, which shows the frustration of the common man with the government due to the ongoing political crisis in the country.
It should be noted that there has been political tension between the government and lawmakers in Kuwait for a long time.
For this reason, Crown Prince Mashal Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah dissolved the parliament after the anti-government legislators won the majority in the general elections held in September last year, but the court annulled this decision in March this year. .
It should be noted that there is no officially registered political party in Kuwait and candidates run as independents, but many political groups operate as political parties undeclared.