Kuwaiti Parliamentary Experience
The study examines the Kuwaiti parliamentary experience by articulating its political participation process. It aims to value the basis of its emergence with a focus on its close linkage to the local and international circumstances. A part of this study reviews the political blocs and the active alliances in Kuwait, discussing the civil society organizations according to their work and emphasizing the strengths and weaknesses of each involved actor. The study argues that the Kuwaiti experience of parliamentary politics is historically strong to the extent that makes other Arab Gulf countries adopt it. The study seeks to motivate the ability to influence neighbors’ politics in the light of many common characteristics among their political systems and societies. They have strong social and cultural ties and evolving aspects in number of fields that qualified the Gulf environment for the political participation.