A Parliament Dissolved
The linked article quotes one Khalid al-Ali as saying that, "We badly need to establish a party system under which the government is formed from parliament on the basis of a clear programme." He's right, but think about the implications of that for a second. With the possible exception of Lebanon, Kuwait is already the most democratic Arab country. Such a step would put it indisputably within the constitutional monarchy category. What's more, I can actually see it happening during the next few years, as popular protests have already led to important political reforms that limit the emir's ability to rig the elections.