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Winners of the Kuwait National Assembly elections 2022 in the 1st constituency

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KUWAIT, Sept 30: The electoral main committee in the 1st constituency announced the 10 winners of National Assembly for the 17th legislative term 2022, which took place on Thursday and results are in the following order:


1-Abdullah Al-Mudhaf (6,375) votes. Born in 1983 – holds a Bachelors of Business Administration from Gulf University of Science and Technology in Kuwait – worked in the banking and investment sectors – Member of Kuwait Economic Society – 2020 National Assembly member.

2-Hasan Johar (6,332) votes. Born in 1960 – PhD in Political Science – Professor of Political Science at Kuwait University (199-1996) – Member of National Assembly (1996, 1999, 2003, 2006, 2008-2020) – Member of the Association of Journalists – Amnesty International and the Arab Sports Club.

3-Osama Al-Zaid (5,764) votes. worked in the Petrochemical sector.

4-Ahmad Lari (4,104) votes. Born in 1955 – Bachelor degree in Statistics – Free Trade and Business expert – former President of Kuwait Association for Protecting Public Funds – Kuwait Association for Democratic Development – Member of Municipal Council (1993, 2008, 2013) – Member of National Assembly (2006, 2008, 2013).

5-Issa Al-Kanderi (3,683) votes. Born in 1963 – Served as Minister of Transport, Minister of Municipal Affairs, Minister of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs – Specialized in bank affairs – Member of the Association of Journalists – Member of Human Rights Association – Member of the Kuwait Chamber of Commerce and Industry – Member of National Assembly (2013, 2016, 2020).

6-Adel Al-Damkhi (3,403) votes. Born in 1965 – Member of National Assembly (2012 invalidated, 2016) – PhD in Islamic Law.

7-Osama Al-Shaheen (2,889) votes. Master of Law, Member of the National Assembly (2012 invalidated – 2016-2020) – Member of the Bar Association – Member of the Association of Parliamentarians for Jerusalem.

8-Saleh Ashour (2,867) votes. Born in 1953 – Served in Kuwaiti Air Force – Members of National Assembly (1999, 2003, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2013, 2016).

9-Hamad Al-Medlej (2,826) votes. Born in 1984 – Bachelor’s degree in Military Sciences – Served as Officer in Defense Ministry – Member of Board of Directors of Mishref Co-op (2010-2013).

10-Khaled Al-Amairah (2,228) votes. Bachelor’s degree in Security and Intelligence Studies – Served as Officer in MOI.

Polling stations closed for the 17th legislative term 2022 elections, at eight o’clock in the evening (local time), which witnessed 305 female and male candidates competing for 50 seats in the parliament. (KUNA)

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