Freed Kuwaiti opposition leader and former MP Mussallam al-Barrak (C) delivers a speech during celebrations following his release from jail on July 7, 2014 in Kuwait City. AFP PHOTO/YASSER AL-ZAYYAT
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The Kuwaiti government has threatened to revoke the citizenship of people suspected of trying to "undermine the stability" of the oil-rich monarchy, local media reported Tuesday.Kuwaiti political analyst Shamlan Alessa said the measure was aimed at naturalized Kuwaitis who have joined the opposition.Kuwaiti authorities have been investigating an alleged plot to overthrow the Gulf state's ruling system.The government has also ordered the Social Welfare Ministry to look into the activities of non-governmental associations to ensure they do not indulge in political activity.
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