After the political crisis in Kuwait, the government resigned. Prime Minister Sheikh Ahmed Nawaf al-Sabah has submitted his resignation to Crown Prince Sheikh Meshal al-Ahmad al-Sabah. Accepting the resignation, the Crown Prince demanded that the prime minister remain in the government with the title of manager.
In Kuwait, the parliament was dissolved, and the decree issued by the Crown Prince of Kuwait, Sheikh Meshal al-Ahmad al-Sabah, stated that the parliament was dissolved to correct the political scene of differences, conflicts and self-interested preferences that threaten national unity.
It was announced that early general elections would be held within 2 months for the election of the new parliament, and the parliamentary election was held recently. The Crown Prince announced last June that he would constitutionally dissolve the parliament and called for early general elections.
Dilemmas between government and parliament in Kuwait over the decades have often led to cabinet changes and the dissolution of the legislature, hindering investment and reform. Parliament was last dissolved in 2016.