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Speaker Ali Al-Rashid:"Different a point of view is healthy, but criticized complaining to the outside world as a “shameful” act"

Kuwaitis ‘should iron out their differences at home’




Speaker Ali Al-Rashid:"Different a point of view is healthy, but criticized complaining to the outside world as a “shameful” act"

Kuwaitis ‘should iron out their differences at home’

KUWAIT: Kuwait National Assembly Speaker Ali Al-Rashid said that having different a point of view is healthy, but criticized complaining to the outside world as a “shameful” act. “There is nothing wrong in having different points of view but, it is shameful to complain to the outside world,” he said in press statements yesterday. “Whatever the scale of differences, we have to tackle and iron them out in Kuwait through dialogue.

Difference in viewpoints is the main feature of a democratic society.” He added that the constitution, the rule of law and the view of the majority should be the references in resolving any dispute. Al-Rashid also expressed optimism about the cooperation between the government and the parliament.


 














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