Kuwaiti Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber al-Mubarak al-Sabah speaks during a parliament session at the Kuwait's national assembly in Kuwait City, on June 11,2014. AFP PHOTO/YASSER AL-ZAYYAT
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Kuwait's prime minister hit back at allegations of corruption on Wednesday, a day after a leading opposition figure revealed documents he says prove huge sums of illicit financial transfers were made to senior officials, including judges.Al-Barrack revealed the documents to more than 6,000 protesters late Tuesday.One document alleges that Judge Faisal al-Marshad, who heads the Supreme Judicial Council in charge of all judiciary affairs in Kuwait, received more than $50 million last year in transfers. Other judges were also named in different documents.
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