MoI Uncovers Brokers Involved in Vote Buying Scheme – 2 Arrested

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KUWAIT CITY, June 3: The Ministry of the Interior has announced a significant achievement in the realm of criminal security. The General Department of Criminal Investigation successfully conducted a high-profile operation resulting in the apprehension of two individuals who were operating as intermediaries and brokers involved in purchasing votes for three candidates in the first, second, and fourth constituencies.

The ministry revealed that it was able to uncover the operational tactics and plans employed by these individuals. Their modus operandi involved engaging in deals to exchange voter lists and manipulating their electoral bases, which were in constant flux due to the civil card voting decree. During the operation, authorities discovered incriminating evidence, including cash sums and voter lists. The evidence is now being referred to the Public Prosecution for further action.

The Ministry of the Interior emphasized its unwavering commitment to combating election-related crimes, with particular attention to the pervasive issue of vote buying. They are dedicated to upholding the integrity of future elections and ensuring that the electoral process remains free from corruption.

Furthermore, the ministry reiterated its determination to uphold the law and promptly apprehend anyone attempting to deviate from it. They encourage the public to report any suspicious activities through the hotline (97272672). The ministry assures the public that all information provided will be treated with the utmost confidentiality and that appropriate action will be taken in response.

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