KUWAIT - Kuwait's cabinet submitted its resignation on Thursday as expected to avoid parliament questioning ministers, parliamentary sources said.
Lawmakers had asked to question three ministers, all members of the ruling al-Sabah family, the latest in a series of challenges by an unusually assertive Arab parliament that have delayed important economic reforms.
"The ministers submitted the resignation to the prime minister, who will refer it to the emir," a parliamentary source told Reuters.
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