(MENAFN - Arab Times) Opposition forces are planning a third 'Nation's Dignity' march on Nov 30, announced organizers via Twitter on Monday.
The "Karamet Watan" (Nation's Dignity) account called on Kuwaiti people to attend the 'Nation's Dignity march 3' on Nov 30, the eve before the upcoming Parliament elections on Dec 1.
They said the march is light of what ails Kuwait today on the political, economic, social and cultural level as "the authority's continues the shedding of funds and people's dignity" and its "consecutive attacks on the Constitution through the suppression of marches, the arrest of the honorable and the fabrication of charges against them, depriving them from their legal rights and deliberately humiliating them."
"This march will be a true expression of the will of the Kuwaiti people and the streets of Kuwait will be the ballot boxes through which we will express our rejections of the shameful practices of the authority and declare to the world our rejection of the elections," the organizers said, stressing that their march will be peaceful. "Peacefulness for us is not an option but a covenant and commitment."
Meanwhile, liberal former MP Saleh Al-Mullah announced that he will appeal the Constitutional Court following the upcoming elections, against the decree of urgency amending the electoral law into one-vote system.