Kuwait parliament pursues election bill debate


It also runs compatible with the widening scope of the country’s constituencies, they argued.
Another camp of members believed that at least two polling stations should be allocated for every candidate; one for men and the other for women.


This goes in harmony with the election act, which ensures all political rights of women, including candidature and voting, pursuant to legitimate rules and regulations, they said.


Candidates can also have their election ads and banners hung on the walls of their precincts, they said, but called for setting maximum election ads.

Hanging election ads and banners on the walls of the streets in a tidy and organized manner will give a vivid and real image of the democratic process in the country, they said.
Due lack of quorum, National Assembly Speaker Jassem Al-Kharafi adjourn the sitting to January 8.


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