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Bahrain opposition wants Kuwait to mediate: report

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Kuwaiti newspaper said on Sunday that the Islamic National Accord Movement, the largest Shia opposition party in Bahrain, Kuwait wants to mediate in talks with the Government of Bahrain to end the political crisis and protests taking place in the Kingdom.

It quoted unnamed political sources as saying that a delegation from the Accord is expected to arrive in Kuwait on Sunday.

The newspaper added that the delegation will meet with politicians reconciliation of them Kuwaiti National Assembly Speaker Jassem Al-Kharafi.

And Bahraini forces ended on March 16 uprising by Shiite protesters, most of them paid the king, Sheikh Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa to the imposition of martial law and call the troops from the neighboring Gulf countries.

The Crown Prince Sheikh Salman bin Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, unless the government withdraws the troops from the streets and release the prisoners. Also, these parties want to reforms such as the formation of an elected council to rewrite the constitution and the formation of a new government is not controlled by the ruling family.

Shiites percentage more than 60 percent of the population of Bahrain calls, mostly to the establishment of a constitutional monarchy but calls from militants to topple the monarchy aroused the concern of the Sunnis, who fear that the unrest in the interest of Iran, which is separated from Bahrain, a small area of ​​the Gulf waters. Agencies

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