Kuwait government resigns over political standoff

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Kuwaiti government has resigned following the latest political standoff in the country.

Prime Minister Ahmad al-Sabah submitted the resignation of his cabinet to the country’s crown prince on Monday.

Crown Prince, Meshal al-Sabah, named Ahmad as premier and called early legislative polls after dissolving the previous parliament to end feuding that impeded fiscal reforms.

Tensions recently resurfaced between the country’s elected parliament and the government, as lawmakers pressed for a debt relief bill, under which the state would buy Kuwaiti citizen’s personal loans.

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