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Volume :29 Issue : 110 2003      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

KUWAIT’S POLITICAL TRENDS ON THE 1999 CONSTITUTIONAL CRISIS “DISSOLUTION OF THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY”

Auther : Masoumah S. Al-Mubarak, Abdulla M. Al-Enezi, and Hamed H. Al-Abdullah

 

This field study aims at finding out the trends and opinions of Kuwaitis on both the legislative and executive authorities. To this effect, the researchers designed a questionnaire with 22 parts, which included all the relevant variants and questions. A random sample of 1249 researches representing the various social statuses was selected.

The study reached conclusions, which highlight the trends and opinions of the citizens of both the legislative and executive authorities and the relation between them. 67,5% of the participants believed that the formation of the National Assembly was not up to the citizen’s ambitions. Meanwhile, 88% of the sample emphasized the right of the Member of Parliament to use the constitutional means to monitor the executive authority. The study also revealed a split in the opinions and trends of the sample in approximate percentages regarding the formation of the government and its performance and the concept of cooperation between the two authorities.

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