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Kuwaiti Justice, Education and Higher Education Minister Ahmad Al-Mulaifi talks to reporters after touring polling stations in Kuwait City during the Feb. 2 , 2012 parliamentary elections. The minister told reporters that he was confident that the voting process would run smoothly. "Our democracy is an open book for all," the minister was quoted as saying by local media. A total of 400,296 Kuwaiti men and women are eligible to vote to choose from among some 285 candidates, including more than 20 women candidates, for a new 50-seat parliament.

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Parliamentary Election in Kuwait
Kuwaiti Justice, Education and Higher Education Minister Ahmad Al-Mulaifi talks to reporters after touring polling stations in Kuwait City during the Feb. 2 , 2012 parliamentary elections. The minister told reporters that he was confident that the voting process would run smoothly. "Our democracy is an open book for all," the minister was quoted as saying by local media.  A total of 400,296 Kuwaiti men and women are eligible to vote to choose from among some 285 candidates, including more than 20 women candidates, for a new 50-seat parliament.