Freed Kuwaiti opposition leader and former MP Mussallam al-Barrak delivers a speech during celebrations following his release from jail on July 7, 2014 in Kuwait City. (AFP/Yasser al-Zayyat)
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Kuwait's opposition Tuesday condemned a government decision to "revoke" the citizenship of nationals deemed to pose a risk to national security and called on the government to resign.The Progressive Movement and opposition figures called for the government to be sacked, parliament to be dissolved and fresh elections based on an old electoral law.However, a member of the pro-government parliament hailed the Cabinet decision and urged speedy implementation.Most opposition groups are not represented in parliament after boycotting a July 2013 election in protest at an amended electoral law.
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