Kuwaiti government dissolved

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
May 21, 2006 18:18

 
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Kuwait's ruler, Sheik Sabah Al Ahmed Al Sabah, has dissloved parliament and called for new elections next month, state-run Kuwait Television reported Sunday. State television did not elaborate, but said the elections have been set for June 29. The move follows a crisis over electoral reform, and pre-empts the questioning by lawmakers of the prime minister in parliament on the issue.

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