Kuwait sets elections for December 1 but opposition will boycott.
The opposition, which holds a parliamentary majority, described changes to the electoral law as a “coup against the constitution” and called for a protest march on Sunday, said Ahmed al-Dayen, anopposition politician.
Kuwait’s political system has been hit by months of turmoil stemming from a tussle between the government, which is controlled by the ruling family, and the parliament, which is dominated by Islamists and tribal figures.
It was the sixth dissolution of parliament since early 2006 in the oil producing state, an ally of the United States.
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