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The new cabinet sworn by the crown prince, vows to urge reform

By BIzzak

Kuwait: The new 16-member cabinet, led by Prime Minister Sheikh Sabah al-Saber, yesterday was called on by Crown Prince Sheikh Michal al-Ahmad al-Javert al-Saber to continue. Reforms will implement economic programs and boost the circle of development.

Crown Prince HH also said he was optimistic, hoping for fruitful cooperation between the government and parliament to implement legislation that would benefit the people while preserving the Constitution. Prime Minister HH has vowed that the new cabinet will push for reforms, modify the economic path and make development plans a top priority.

The Cabinet, announced on Tuesday, contains the best four members of the Diet for many years. The new cabinet includes nine newcomers, and the entire economic team has changed, with the exception of Petroleum Minister Mohammad Alphaless, who also acquired an electricity and water portfolio.

Considered an opposition member, MP Obaid Al-Wasmi, who repaired the fence with the government in the past few months, welcomed the new cabinet “formed by the people.” “Governments implementing publicly-participated formations and programs should uphold the Constitution as long as it adheres to the Constitution and achieves the country’s aspirations,” Wasumi said on Twitter.

MP Muhalhal Al-Mudhaf said the government should put the plan into action without delay and added that it would continue to play the role of parliament in asking questions and burning ministers.

https://news.kuwaittimes.net/website/new-cabinet-sworn-in-by-crown-prince-vows-to-press-reforms/ The new cabinet sworn by the crown prince, vows to urge reform

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