The September polls – the most inclusive in a decade – had seen opposition members clinch 28 out of 50 seats, giving them a parliamentary majority.
The call for action comes a day after Swedish-Danish extremist Rasmus Paludan, the leader of a far-right party, once again burned a copy of Islam's holy book Quran.
The government, which is appointed by the ruling Al Sabah family, has been in a prolonged power struggle with the elected assembly, resulting in the fifth resignation in two years.
Turkish defence firm beats competition from US, Europe and China while raising to 28 the number of countries that ordered the Bayraktar TB2 drones.
It is the first time Iraq hosts the regional competition since 1979, the same year Saddam Hussein seized power in Baghdad.
Kuwait held early elections on September 29 after the crown prince, who has taken over most of the emir's duties, dissolved parliament in a bid to end a stand-off.
Crown Prince Sheikh Meshal al-Ahmad al-Sabah asks the outgoing government headed by Prime Minister Sheikh Ahmad Nawaf al-Sabah to remain in a caretaker capacity until a new cabinet is formed.
Kuwaiti opposition groups secured nearly 60% of the seats in the 50-seat National Assembly, according to the final results of early parliamentary elections announced.
Crown Prince Sheikh Meshal al Ahmad al Sabah dissolved parliament earlier this month saying domestic politics were being "torn by disagreement and personal interests" to the detriment of the country.
The UAE Foreign Ministry said the move was in line with efforts to bolster bilateral ties with Iran while also looking at the interests of the wider region.
The development comes a day after a royal decree was issued by the country’s emir to form a new government made up of 12 ministers.
Frequent political deadlock in Kuwait has for decades led to cabinet reshuffles and dissolutions of parliament, hampering investment and reform.
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