All posts tagged: kuwait

Democratic Systems Coexist with Problems and Crises and Do Not Solve Them

A royal decree was issued to dissolve the National Assembly and call again for elections. This scene has been repeated in Kuwait for decades. After the situation worsens between the two authorities, followed by parliamentary and popular tensions, and a political blockage that leads to disruption of the work of the Council and the government. […]

AU like its Predecessor the OAU is a Colonial Tool that Legitimize the Butcher and Occupier Jewish Entity ‘Israel’

On Thursday, 22 July 2021 the Israel Foreign Minister Yair Lapid announced that Israel has rejoined African Union (AU) as an observer state. He said Thursday was a day of celebration for Israel-Africa relations, noting that Israel currently has relations with 46 African countries. After the announcement was confirmed by the Chairperson of the African […]

Lawmaker Papul is a Glaring Example that Corruption is Sacred in Secular Politics

Corruption and scams have always been part and parcel of secular democracy in Bangladesh and all over the world. The involvement of the politicians into corruption has never been a matter of surprise for the people in Bangladesh. But it came as a shock for the Hasina government to see the four-year sentence of Kazi […]