File - Kuwaiti MPs Riyadh al-Adasani (L) and Abdulkarim al-Kundari (C) exit the room after announcing their resgination from the National Assembly during a parliament session in Kuwait City on April 30,2014.(AFP PHOTO/YASSER AL-ZAYYAT)
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Two Kuwaiti lawmakers resigned on Sunday, bringing to five the number of MPs who have quit in protest at the parliament's refusal to question the prime minister on corruption allegations.MP Ali al-Rashed, a former parliament speaker, and MP Safa al-Hashem, the only female lawmaker in the 50-member house, said they resigned because the situation in the Gulf state has reached a "deadlock". Ghanem also said that a number of other MPs are under tremendous pressure to resign and expected that more would quit.
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