REGIONAL CHANGES AND THEIR EFFECTS ON POLITICAL SYSTEM IN STATE OF KUWAIT
Kuwait, as a political entity was established in in the beginning of the 18th century, where Al-Atob tirbes descended form Inza tribe settled in it. The ruling family of Al-Sabah has emerged in Kuwait. The dynasty of that family ruled Kuwait since mid of 18th century when sheikh Sabah bin Jabir ruled during the period (1752- 1764) till the sheikh Nawaf Al-Jabir Al-Ahmed Al-sabah who ascended to power on 29 Sep. 2020. The system of rule in Kuwait based on Shura until 19th century, where the rule depended on British support. This kind of support has led to the emergence of opposing political movements. These political movements developed with the political, economic, and social transformations in Kuwait and the world. Demands of the political movements have been met by establishing legislative and consulting councils including the counseling council in 1921 and the legislative council in 1938. All these developments paved the way to make the prince of Kuwait announced the decree No. 25 1961. This decree enacted the election of legislative council, which held its first sessions on 10 Jan. 1962. Kuwaiti constitution was issued in 1962, which organized the three authorities. Kuwait has faced several changes, Iraq invasion in 1990, US invasion to Iraq in 2003, Arab spring events in 2010-2011, war in Yemen, and Saudi-Qatar crisis. The political system of Kuwait deals with all these changes wisely, which helps the continuity of this regime, and maintains Kuwaiti sovergnity and unity. Key words:
Keywords: Regional Changes, Their Effects, Kuwait.