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During his two years as crown prince, Sheikh Mishal has proven himself to be a reliable leader

His Highness Amir Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah two years ago appointed Crown Prince Sheikh Mishal Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah as his right-hand man in running the country. named legal heir. We will lead the way to further development and prosperity.

Tomorrow marks the second anniversary of Sheikh Mishal’s being proclaimed Crown Prince, and he will prove himself to be a credible leader with epic national responsibilities as His Highness’ Right Hand, Trusted Advisor and, if necessary, Deputy. To do.

Since its promulgation, His Imperial Highness the Crown Prince has guided the judicial, legislative and executive powers to carry out national duties, maintain the separation of jurisdictions, and respect the law to safeguard the stability of the mainland and the prosperity of the people. I was.

“We are all partners responsible for managing the country because Kuwait is the cause of our existence,” said Sheikh Mishal, saying that the people and rulers will promote Kuwait and achieve its stability. He also pointed out that all necessary sacrifices should be made for and maintain national unity.

When the declaration of allegiance was announced on September 29, 2020, His Highness Amir Sheikh Nawaf asked other members of the gracious Al-Sabah family to nominate him as crown prince, and on October 7, in line with the Kuwaiti Constitution, Sheikh Michal was nominated. and Kuwait Hereditary Law.

On October 8, after the 59 current members of Parliament unanimously declared their allegiance as heirs to the throne in front of His Royal Highness, Sheikh Mishal took the constitutional oath in front of His Highness. In his statement at the conference, he is a powerful right-hand man and trusted adviser to His Highness the Emir, who, while adhering to true religion, will work for the welfare of the motherland and its progress, and maintain the unity of the nation. I promised to be a loyal citizen. and firm national principles.

He also pledged to zealously pursue the aspirations of the Kuwaiti people, promote friendship among them, and renounce their differences. I will strive to paint a bright picture for the future of the world,” he declared, referring to his ardent commitment to democracy and justice.

On June 22, His Imperial Highness the Crown Prince issued a statement to the nation on behalf of His Imperial Highness the Sheikh Emir, in which the leadership urged the nation to “renew the correct course of political status in a new way”. Declared that he decided to sue. This prompted him to declare the constitutional dissolution of the National Assembly under Article 107 of the Kuwaiti Constitution and call for parliamentary elections.

Her Highness Sheikh Mishal vowed to “not interfere in the selection of the people’s representatives”, adding that higher leaders would not influence the internal elections of parliament. I’m not going to, I’m going to keep the same distance with everyone,” he emphasized.

The parliamentary elections held on 29 September reinforced the desire of wise leaders that citizens must freely choose their representatives in parliament and have a decisive word for addressing local political positions. was organized to achieve

Externally, Sheikh Mishal led the Kuwaiti delegation at the 42nd GCC Supreme Council held in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, on September 14. On July 16, he led the Kuwaiti delegation at the Jeddah Summit for Security and Development, which brought together officials from the GCC countries, the United States, Jordan, Egypt and Iraq.

On September 19, His Royal Highness the Crown Prince met with King Charles III of Great Britain and offered his condolences to His Royal Highness Amir and the people of Kuwait on the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, a beloved figure of Kuwait’s leaders and people. rice field. He also expressed her heartfelt and solemn feelings affirming her pioneering role in consolidating the historic and special relationship between her friendly nations.

Sheikh Mishal has held a series of senior positions over the past decades, serving as Minister of the Interior, Chief of the National Guard and accompanying the Amir on external missions.

Born in Kuwait in 1940, Sheikh Mishal is the seventh son of 10th Amir Sheikh Ahmad Aljaber Al-Sabah, who ruled Kuwait from 1921 to 1950. College as of 1960.

Fresh out of his studies in the UK, Sheikh Mishal joined the Home Office and served as Chief of General Inspections from 1967 to 1980, rising from a high post in the departmental hierarchy. It became the National Security Agency. during his service. On April 13, 2014, he was named his second chief of the National Guard with a ministerial degree, a post he held until he was declared crown prince.

Sheikh Mishal contributed to the drafting of the National Guard’s strategy aimed at protecting the country, its legitimacy, its constitution and its people. In addition, he won the honorary president of the Kuwait Pilots Association in 1973 and was co-founder of the Kuwait Radio Communications Association and its honorary president.

In 1977, he was appointed head of Al-Nibto Poetry Diwaniyah by the late Amir Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad Al-Jaba al-Sabah. On 4 December 2018, French Defense Minister Florence Beary awarded him with his medal of the Legion of Honor for playing a key role in establishing strong friendly relations between Kuwait.
and France.


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