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KUWAIT CITY, Sept 28: All facilitation’s provided and difficulties addressed for a smooth electoral process, said Kuwait’s Deputy Prime Minister, Defense Minister and Acting Interior Minister Sheikh Talal Khaled Al-Sabah. His remark came after an inspection tour to a number of polling stations, according to an interior ministry press release.
The Kuwaiti high-level official stressed caring for senior citizens and people with special needs during the voting process. Earlier today, Sheikh Talal began checkup rounds on polling stations in the country’s five constituencies, starting from Al-Jahra governorate. He was accompanied by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Oil Dr. Mohammad Al-Fares and several senior officials from the Ministry of Interior.
His Highness the Amir’s June 22nd speech lent “different” the public approach to the 2022 parliamentary elections, said Nazaha. The aforementioned statement to KUNA came through Head of Kuwait Anti-Corruption Authority (Nazaha) Mohammad Al-Otaibi as polling is ongoing on Thursday.
Ballot-casting, which opened at 08:00 am, is bound to close at 08:00 pm the same day. The process of “rectification” manifested on ground with an “honorable” electoral process, away from discrepancies and offenses, Al-Otaibi noted. On Nazaha’s part, he said it stems from the political leadership’s firm belief in the role civil society organizations contribute to the electoral process, hoping for a “transparent and honest” election results. (KUNA)