Twitter suspends account of ‘Third’ candidate Al-Fawzan over video clip

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‘State properties must be utilized in interest of citizens’

Jarrah Al- Fawzan

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 24: Twitter has suspended the account of Third Constituency candidate Jarrah Al- Fawzan for posting a video clip of himself calling for ratification of a law on criminalizing homosexuality. Meanwhile, former MP and Fifth Constituency candidate Muhammad Hadi Al-Hewaila is a Sunni. He was born in April 1972. He holds a Master’s Degree in Political Science and Doctorate Degree in Administration. He worked at Saad Al-Abdullah Academdy for Security Sciences and Arab Open University. He is a member of International Institute for Strategic Studies and Royal Institute for Global Studies in London. He is also a member of Kuwait Journalists Association. He won in the 2008 election, ranking sixth in the Fifth Constituency with 13,271 votes; ninth in 2009 with 13,331 votes; 10th in 2016 with 2,851 votes; and ninth in 2020 with 4,720 votes.

Voting Record

■ No cooperation motion against HH the Prime Minister Sheikh Nasser Al-Muhammad in 2009: rejected

■ No confidence motion against Minister of Interior Sheikh Jaber Al-Khalid in 2009: rejected

■ No confidence motion against Minister of Information and State for Cabinet Affairs Sheikh Muhammad Al-Abdullah in 2010: approved

■ Waiving off interest on citizens’ loans in 2010: approved

■ No cooperation motion against HH the Prime Minister Sheikh Nasser Al-Muhammad in June and January 2011: rejected

■ Grilling motion against Minister of Social Affairs and Labor Hind Al-Sabeeh in January 2018: rejected

■ Grilling motion against Minister of Finance Bekheit Al- Rashedi in 2018: rejected

■ Grilling motion against Minister of Social Affairs and Labor Hind Al-Sabeeh in May 2018: rejected

■ Grilling motion against Minister of Information and State Minister for Youth Affairs Muhammad Al-Jabri in 2019: rejected

■ Grilling motion against Minister of Finance Naif Al-Hajraf in 2019: rejected

■ Grilling motion against Minister of Finance Barrak Al- Shaitan in 2020: rejected

■ Grilling motion against Minister of Interior Anas Al-Saleh in 2020: rejected

■ Grilling motion against Minister of Education Soud Helal Al-Harbi in August 2020: approved

■ Grilling motion against Minister of Education Soud Helal Al-Harbi in September 2020: rejected

■ Grilling motion against Minister of Defense Sheikh Hamad Jaber Al-Ali in January 2022: rejected

■ Grilling motion against Minister of Foreign Affairs and State Minister for Cabinet Affairs Sheikh Ahmed Nasser Al- Muhammad in February 2022: approved

■ Grilling motion against Minister of Public Works Ali Al- Mousa in March 2022: approved Statement Al-Hewaila stressed that “State properties must be utilized in the interest of citizens. However, the government seems to use State properties for the benefit of influential people like businessmen.” By Saeed Mahmoud Saleh Arab Times Staff

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