Since 2009, young Kuwaiti activists have been the ones leading protests and calls against former Prime Minister Sheikh Nasser al-Mohammed and accusing him of corruption. These young leaders were criticized last year for allowing opposition MPs (conservative and Islamist) to take over their movement for their own political interests.
They did not respond to the comments and instead campaigned for those MPs, and were expecting to see reforms led by the MPs who formed the majority of Kuwait’s parliament. The parliament was elected last February but was dissolved last month by the constitutional court for wrong procedures in the previous parliament’s dissolving decree issued by the Emir.
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