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Kuwaiti Minister of Information Sheikh Hamad Jaber Al-Ali Al-Sabah (2nd from right) and Justice, Education and Higher Education Minister Ahmad Al-Mulaifi (3rd from right), tour a polling station in Kuwait City during the Feb. 2 , 2012 parliamentary elections. According to local media, the information minister expressed optimism that the elections would lead up to the creation of a parliament that would deliver and push forward the development agenda. The justice minister told reporters that he was confident that the voting process would run smoothly. Some 285 candidates are running in the polls to vote for a new 50-seat parliament.

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Parliamentary Election in Kuwait
Kuwaiti Minister of Information Sheikh Hamad Jaber Al-Ali Al-Sabah (2nd from right) and Justice, Education and Higher Education Minister Ahmad Al-Mulaifi (3rd from right),  tour a polling station in Kuwait City during the Feb. 2 , 2012 parliamentary elections. According to local media, the information minister expressed optimism that the elections would lead up to the creation of a parliament that would deliver and push forward the development agenda. The justice minister told reporters that he was confident that the voting process would run smoothly. Some 285 candidates are running in the polls to vote for a new 50-seat parliament.