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KUWAIT-ELECTION/
RTR2X810
February 02, 2012
International invited members of the Kuwait Transparency Society observe the counting of votes in Jabriya,...
Jabriya, Kuwait
International invited members of the Kuwait Transparency Society observe the counting of votes in Jabriya...
International invited members of the Kuwait Transparency Society observe the counting of votes in Jabriya, February 2, 2012, after the polls closed for the 2012 parliamentary elections in Kuwait. Kuwaiti opposition candidates were set to make gains in a snap parliamentary election held on Thursday in the oil-exporting Gulf Arab country. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KUWAIT-ELECTION/
RTR2X80Q
February 02, 2012
Ballots are stacked at the start of the counting of votes in Jabriya, February 2, 2012, after the polls...
Jabriya, Kuwait
Ballots are stacked at the start of the counting of votes in Jabriya
Ballots are stacked at the start of the counting of votes in Jabriya, February 2, 2012, after the polls closed for the 2012 parliamentary elections in Kuwait. Kuwaiti opposition candidates were set to make gains in a snap parliamentary election held on Thursday in the oil-exporting Gulf Arab country. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KUWAIT-ELECTION/
RTR2X80F
February 02, 2012
Kuwaiti high court consultant Saleh Ragdan announces the names on each ballots after they were taken...
Jabriya, Kuwait
A high court consultant announces the names on each ballots after they were taken out of a transparent...
Kuwaiti high court consultant Saleh Ragdan announces the names on each ballots after they were taken out of a transparent box and unfolded at the start of the counting of votes in Jabriya, February 2, 2012, after the polls closed for the 2012 parliamentary elections in Kuwait. Kuwaiti opposition candidates were set to make gains in a snap parliamentary election held on Thursday in the oil-exporting Gulf Arab country. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KUWAIT-ELECTION/
RTR2X7ZZ
February 02, 2012
Ballots are taken out of a transparent box and unfolded at the start of the counting of votes in Jabriya,...
Jabriya, Kuwait
Ballots are taken out of a transparent box and unfolded at the start of the counting of votes in Jabriya...
Ballots are taken out of a transparent box and unfolded at the start of the counting of votes in Jabriya, February 2, 2012, after the polls closed for the 2012 parliamentary elections in Kuwait. Kuwaiti opposition candidates were set to make gains in a snap parliamentary election held on Thursday in the oil-exporting Gulf Arab country. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KUWAIT-ELECTION/
RTR2X7ZW
February 02, 2012
Ballots are taken out of a transparent box and unfolded at the start of the counting of votes in Jabriya,...
Jabriya, Kuwait
Ballots are taken out of a transparent box and unfolded at the start of the counting of votes in Jabriya...
Ballots are taken out of a transparent box and unfolded at the start of the counting of votes in Jabriya, February 2, 2012, after the polls closed for the 2012 parliamentary elections in Kuwait. Kuwaiti opposition candidates were set to make gains in a snap parliamentary election held on Thursday in the oil-exporting Gulf Arab country. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KUWAIT-ELECTION
RTR2X7EW
February 02, 2012
Campaign supporters of parliamentary candidate Naji al-Hadi give victory and thumbs-up signs at the polling...
Jabriya, Kuwait
Campaign supporters of parliamentary candidate Naji al-Hadi give victory and thumbs-up signs at the polling...
Campaign supporters of parliamentary candidate Naji al-Hadi give victory and thumbs-up signs at the polling station in Jabriya, during voting for the 2012 parliamentary elections February 2, 2012. Kuwaitis headed to the polls on Thursday for the fourth time in six years in a snap parliamentary election in which opposition candidates expect to expand their influence and push for change in the oil-exporting Gulf Arab state. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KUWAIT-ELECTION
RTR2X7CG
February 02, 2012
Former MP Aseel al-Awadi smiles in the voting booth as she casts her vote during the 2012 parliamentary...
Jabriya, Kuwait
Former MP Aseel al-Awadi smiles in the voting booth as she casts her vote during the 2012 parliamentary...
Former MP Aseel al-Awadi smiles in the voting booth as she casts her vote during the 2012 parliamentary elections at a polling center in Jabriya, part of Kuwait's 3rd constituency area February 2, 2012. Kuwaitis headed to the polls on Thursday for the fourth time in six years in a snap parliamentary election in which opposition candidates expect to expand their influence and push for change in the oil-exporting Gulf Arab state. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KUWAIT-ELECTION
RTR2X7CD
February 02, 2012
Former MP Aseel al-Awadi smiles as she receives her ballot to cast her vote during the 2012 parliamentary...
Jabriya, Kuwait
Former MP Aseel al-Awadi smiles as she receives her ballot to cast her vote during the 2012 parliamentary...
Former MP Aseel al-Awadi smiles as she receives her ballot to cast her vote during the 2012 parliamentary elections in Jabriya, part of Kuwait's 3rd constituency area February 2, 2012. Kuwaitis headed to the polls on Thursday for the fourth time in six years in a snap parliamentary election in which opposition candidates expect to expand their influence and push for change in the oil-exporting Gulf Arab state. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KUWAIT-ELECTION
RTR2X7BK
February 02, 2012
Campaign supporters of parliamentary candidate Safa al-Hashim hold up tags with her picture to encourage...
Jabriya, Kuwait
Campaign supporters of parliamentary candidate Safa al-Hashim hold up tags with her picture to encourage...
Campaign supporters of parliamentary candidate Safa al-Hashim hold up tags with her picture to encourage voters before they enter the polling station in Jabriya, during voting for the 2012 parliamentary elections February 2, 2012. Kuwaitis headed to the polls on Thursday for the fourth time in six years in a snap parliamentary election in which opposition candidates expect to expand their influence and push for change in the oil-exporting Gulf Arab state. Jabriya is part of Kuwait's 3rd constituency area, which has 66 candidates running for Parliament, and 8 women amongst them. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KUWAIT-ELECTION
RTR2X7AX
February 02, 2012
A Kuwaiti traffic police vehicle guards a polling center during voting for 2012 parliamentary elections...
Jabriya, Kuwait
A Kuwaiti traffic police vehicle guards a polling center during voting for 2012 parliamentary elections...
A Kuwaiti traffic police vehicle guards a polling center during voting for 2012 parliamentary elections in Jabriya, part of Kuwait's 3rd constituency area February 2, 2012. Kuwaitis headed to the polls on Thursday for the fourth time in six years in a snap parliamentary election in which opposition candidates expect to expand their influence and push for change in the oil-exporting Gulf Arab state. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
KUWAIT-ELECTION
RTR2X7AJ
February 02, 2012
A man walks in front of a large signboard depicting the electoral candidates of Kuwait's 3rd constituency...
Jabriya, Kuwait
A man walks in front of a large signboard depicting the electoral candidates of Kuwait's 3rd constituency...
A man walks in front of a large signboard depicting the electoral candidates of Kuwait's 3rd constituency area, on voting day for the 2012 parliamentary elections, in Jabriya February 2, 2012. Kuwaitis headed to the polls on Thursday for the fourth time in six years in a snap parliamentary election in which opposition candidates expect to expand their influence and push for change in the oil-exporting Gulf Arab state. The area has 66 candidates running for Parliament, with 8 women amongst them. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KUWAIT-ELECTIONS/
RTX5UTN
May 18, 2008
Abdulaziz Al-Shayji, candidate in the third constituency and member of the Islamic Constitutional Movement...
Jabriya, Kuwait
Abdulaziz Al-Shayji, candidate in the third constituency and member of the Islamic Constitutional Movement...
Abdulaziz Al-Shayji, candidate in the third constituency and member of the Islamic Constitutional Movement HADAS, speaks to a supporter after he was elected into the parliament in Rawda May 18, 2008. Kuwaitis voted in a parliamentary election on May 17, 2008 that they hoped would bring in fresh faces able to revive economic reforms to wean the country off its dependence on oil. REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (KUWAIT)
KUWAIT-ELECTIONS/
RTX5UTK
May 18, 2008
Abdulaziz Al-Shayji, candidate in the third constituency and member of the Islamic Constitutional Movement...
Jabriya, Kuwait
Abdulaziz Al-Shayji, candidate in the third constituency and member of HADAS, speaks to supporters in...
Abdulaziz Al-Shayji, candidate in the third constituency and member of the Islamic Constitutional Movement HADAS, speaks to supporters after he was elected into the parliament in Rawda May 18, 2008. Kuwaitis voted in a parliamentary election on May 17, 2008 that they hoped would bring in fresh faces able to revive economic reforms to wean the country off its dependence on oil. REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (KUWAIT)
KUWAIT-ELECTIONS/
RTX5UIB
May 17, 2008
Rola Dashti, an economist and electoral candidate, speaks to supporters during the Kuwait parliamentary...
Jabriya, Kuwait
Rola Dashti, an economist and electoral candidate, speaks to supporters during the Kuwait parliamentary...
Rola Dashti, an economist and electoral candidate, speaks to supporters during the Kuwait parliamentary elections in Jabriya May 17, 2008. Kuwaitis voted in a parliamentary election on Saturday that they hoped would bring in fresh faces able to bury political feuds and push through economic reforms. Some 275 candidates were running for the 50-seat National Assembly, among them 27 women hoping for their first success after failing to win a single seat in 2006. REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (KUWAIT)
KUWAIT-ELECTIONS/
RTX5UI7
May 17, 2008
A woman is given her passport back after casting her vote during the last hour of the Kuwait parliamentary...
Jabriya, Kuwait
A woman is given her passport back after casting her vote in Jabriya
A woman is given her passport back after casting her vote during the last hour of the Kuwait parliamentary elections in Jabriya May 17, 2008. Kuwaitis voted in a parliamentary election on Saturday that they hoped would bring in fresh faces able to bury political feuds and push through economic reforms. REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (KUWAIT)
KUWAIT-ELECTIONS/
RTX5UI2
May 17, 2008
Rola Dashti, an economist and electoral candidate, speaks to supporters during the Kuwait parliamentary...
Jabriya, Kuwait
Rola Dashti, an economist and electoral candidate, speaks to supporters during the Kuwait parliamentary...
Rola Dashti, an economist and electoral candidate, speaks to supporters during the Kuwait parliamentary elections in Jabriya May 17, 2008. Kuwaitis voted in a parliamentary election on Saturday that they hoped would bring in fresh faces able to bury political feuds and push through economic reforms. Some 275 candidates were running for the 50-seat National Assembly, among them 27 women hoping for their first success after failing to win a single seat in 2006. REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (KUWAIT)
KUWAIT-ELECTIONS/
RTX5UHZ
May 17, 2008
An observer from the Justice Ministry places a woman's vote into a ballot box during the last hour of...
Jabriya, Kuwait
An observer from the Justice Ministry places a woman's vote into a ballot box in Jabriya
An observer from the Justice Ministry places a woman's vote into a ballot box during the last hour of the Kuwait parliamentary elections in Jabriya May 17, 2008. Kuwaitis voted in a parliamentary election on Saturday that they hoped would bring in fresh faces able to bury political feuds and push through economic reforms. REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (KUWAIT)
KUWAIT-ELECTIONS/
RTX5UHV
May 17, 2008
A ballot box is seen as a woman casts her vote in the last hour of voting during the Kuwait parliamentary...
Jabriya, Kuwait
A ballot box is seen as a woman casts her vote in the last hour of voting during the Kuwait parliamentary...
A ballot box is seen as a woman casts her vote in the last hour of voting during the Kuwait parliamentary elections in Jabriya May 17, 2008. Kuwaitis voted in a parliamentary election on Saturday that they hoped would bring in fresh faces able to bury political feuds and push through economic reforms. REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (KUWAIT)
KUWAIT-ELECTION/WOMEN
RTX5QEF
May 15, 2008
Kuwaiti economist Roula Dashti points to the crowd at her election rally campaign headquarters in Jabriya...
Jabriya, Kuwait
Kuwaiti economist Dashti points to crowd at her election rally campaign headquarters in Jabriya
Kuwaiti economist Roula Dashti points to the crowd at her election rally campaign headquarters in Jabriya May 6, 2008. A Western-educated economist in her 40s, Dashti ran for elections in 2006 and received the highest number of votes among the female candidates. Whether swathed in Islamic veils or dressed in Western suits, Kuwaiti women are campaigning hard to win parliamentary seats in Saturday's election. Picture taken May 6, 2008. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT)
KUWAIT-ELECTION/WOMEN
RTX5QE4
May 15, 2008
Kuwaiti economist Roula Dashti (RT) stands next to a supporter at her election rally campaign headquarters...
Jabriya, Kuwait
Kuwaiti economist Dashti stands next to supporter at her election rally campaign headquarters in Jabriya...
Kuwaiti economist Roula Dashti (RT) stands next to a supporter at her election rally campaign headquarters in Jabriya May 6, 2008. A Western-educated economist in her 40s, Dashti ran for elections in 2006 and received the highest number of votes among the female candidates. Whether swathed in Islamic veils or dressed in Western suits, Kuwaiti women are campaigning hard to win parliamentary seats in Saturday's election. Picture taken May 6, 2008. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT)
KUWAIT-ELECTION/WOMEN
RTX5QE1
May 15, 2008
A Kuwaiti woman asks questions during an election campaign rally by parliamentary candidate Roula Dashti...
Jabriya, Kuwait
A Kuwaiti woman asks questions during an election campaign rally by parliamentary candidate Roula Dashti...
A Kuwaiti woman asks questions during an election campaign rally by parliamentary candidate Roula Dashti (not shown) in Jabriya May 6, 2008. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT)
KUWAIT-ELECTION/WOMEN
RTX5QDS
May 15, 2008
Kuwaiti candidate Aseel Al-Awadi is seen during a election campaign rally May 10, 2008. Aseel is a professor...
Jabriya, Kuwait
Kuwaiti candidate Al-Awadi is seen during election campaign rally
Kuwaiti candidate Aseel Al-Awadi is seen during a election campaign rally May 10, 2008. Aseel is a professor of Political Ethics at Kuwait University and the only woman running as part of the liberal National Democratic Alliance. Whether swathed in Islamic veils or dressed in Western suits, Kuwaiti women are campaigning hard to win parliamentary seats in Saturday's election. Picture taken May 10, 2008. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT)
KUWAIT-ELECTION/WOMEN
RTX5QDK
May 15, 2008
Kuwaiti candidate Aseel Al-Awadi sits on a panel with her running mates during a election campaign rally...
Jabriya, Kuwait
Kuwaiti candidate Aseel Al-Awadi sits on a panel with her running mates during a election campaign rally...
Kuwaiti candidate Aseel Al-Awadi sits on a panel with her running mates during a election campaign rally May 10, 2008. Aseel is a professor of Political Ethics at Kuwait University and the only woman running as part of the liberal National Democratic Alliance. Whether swathed in Islamic veils or dressed in Western suits, Kuwaiti women are campaigning hard to win parliamentary seats in Saturday's election. Picture taken May 10, 2008. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT)
KUWAIT
RTRBQVC
December 07, 2000
Kuwaiti men queue outside a polling station to elect one of twelve candidates to fill a vacant parliament...
Jabriya, Kuwait
KUWAITIS QUEUE TO VOTE FOR ONE VACANT SEAT IN PARLIAMENT.
Kuwaiti men queue outside a polling station to elect one of twelve candidates to fill a vacant parliament seat on December 7, 2000. The race might prove to be crucial in a bid to grant Kuwaiti women full political rights. Parliament is due to review a draft bill which would grant women the right to vote and stand in elections after a similar draft law was defeated in the elected assembly last year by just two votes.

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