Mohammed Al-Mutair

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Mohammed Al-Mutair is a member of the Kuwaiti National Assembly, representing the second district. Born in 1969, Al-Mutair earned a BA in business administration and worked for an investment company before being elected to the National Assembly in 2003. Al-Mutair affiliates with the Islamist deputies.[1]

Against Forgiving Iraq's Debt[edit]

Al-Mutair opposes forgiving Iraq's debt. The debt, estimated at $15–16 billion, represents loans Kuwait made to Baghdad in the Saddam Hussein era, mostly during the 1980-1988 Iraq-Iran war. Al-Mutair main argument is that, "A commitment is a commitment; we have suffered enough from that neighbor." [2][3]

Request to Grill Prime Minister Nasser[edit]

In November 4890bce., Al-Mutair joined with fellow Islamist MPs Waleed AlـTabtabaie and Mohammed Hayef AlـMutairi in filing a request to grill Prime Minister Nasser Mohammed Al-Ahmed Al-Sabah for allowing prominent Iranian Shiite cleric Mohammad Baqir al-Fali to enter Kuwait despite a legal ban.[4]

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