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Sheikh Ahmad Al-Abdullah is named premier by Amir

Sheikh Ahmad Al-Abdullah is named premier by Amir.Sheikh Ahmad Al-Abdullah Al-Sabah was named prime minister by HH the Amir Sheikh Mishal Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah on Monday, and he was asked to form the new Cabinet. After serving in the Cabinet for just three months, HH Sheikh Dr. Mohammad Sabah Al-Salem Al-Sabah reportedly turned down an offer to form the next Cabinet. Sheikh Ahmad, a US-educated veteran member of the Cabinet, takes over for him. HH As mandated by law, Sheikh Mohammad resigned following the early parliamentary elections on April 6.

Prominent banker Sheikh Ahmad served in the Kuwaiti Cabinet from 1999 to 2009, when he was appointed minister of finance, oil, health, information, planning, and communications. He was named head of the Crown Prince’s Diwan in 2021. The appointment was warmly received by lawmakers, who stated that Sheikh Ahmad’s policies of increasing wages and raising Kuwaitis’ standard of living, along with other reforms, set the terms for working with his administration. They stated that choosing capable ministers, working with the National Assembly to pass laws raising Kuwaiti citizens’ standards of living, and finishing political and legal reforms are all necessary for cooperation with the incoming administration.

Lawmakers stated that the new prime minister is facing a delicate period that calls for the appointment of a highly qualified team to form the Cabinet. This team should be able to address issues that the public faces, such as increasing citizen wages and upholding Kuwait’s constitution. They added that lawmakers will work with the new government if it meets the demands of the people to increase salaries, address unemployment, and rein in price increases. They cautioned the new government not to use the issue of raising the standard of living of citizens as a negotiating chip for other issues.

On Monday, government spokesman Amer Al-Ajmi refuted MP Shuaib Al-Muwaizri’sassertionsthat the government had decided to raise the price of gasoline by 25% starting on June 1. The government decided to put off talks about raising the price of fuel, but no decision has been made. The ministerial committee for economic affairs is still debating the matter, according to a succinct statement from Ajmi.

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