[정치] Utilising the Judiciary to Reject the Popular Will? Legal Mobilization after the Arab Uprising in Kuwait
쿠웨이트 국외연구자료 연구보고서 Hirotake ISHIGURO JETRO 발간일 : 2017-03-22 등록일 : 2019-08-15 원문링크
This study examines the role of the judiciary in the political process after the Arab Uprising, focusing on a Constitutional Court and its judgements in a case where the popular will was rejected via a judicial ruling. In particular, I will analyse a case of Kuwait where the Constitutional Court declared election void and ordered the dissolution of parliament, after the opposition had won a stable majority. This case conjures images of legal mobilization by the regime; however, considering the political context where the government and parliament were in a serious ongoing conflict, the constitutional rulings by the Constitutional Court can be evaluated as a mediator intended to ease the stalemate and prevent a fall into a more serious crisis concurrent with the political upheaval in other Arab countries.
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