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KUWAIT-ELECTION
RTR2X7EV 
February 02, 2012 
Kuwaiti female voters await their turn to vote during the 2012 parliamentary elections at a polling center... 
RUMAITHIYA, Kuwait 
Kuwaiti female voters await their turn to vote during the 2012 parliamentary elections, at a polling... 
Kuwaiti female voters await their turn to vote during the 2012 parliamentary elections at a polling center in Rumaithiya, part of Kuwait's 1st 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
RTR2X7B9 
February 02, 2012 
A Kuwaiti female voter (L) in a wheelchair is approached by campaigners during the 2012 parliamentary... 
RUMAITHIYA, Kuwait 
A Kuwaiti female voter in a wheelchair is approached by campaigners during the 2012 parliamentary elections... 
A Kuwaiti female voter (L) in a wheelchair is approached by campaigners during the 2012 parliamentary elections in front of a polling center in Rumaithiya, part of Kuwait's 1st 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
RTR2X77T 
February 02, 2012 
A Kuwaiti female voter sits in her wheelchair as she votes during the 2012 parliamentary elections at... 
RUMAITHIYA, Kuwait 
A Kuwaiti female voter sits in her wheelchair as she votes during the 2012 parliamentary elections at... 
A Kuwaiti female voter sits in her wheelchair as she votes during the 2012 parliamentary elections at a polling center in Rumaithiya, part of Kuwait's 1st 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-VOTE/
RTXIEX7 
May 17, 2009 
Newly elected member of Parliament Massouma Al-Mubarak smiles in Rumaithiya May 17, 2009. Al-Mobarak... 
RUMAITHIYA, Kuwait 
Newly elected member of Parliament Massouma Al-Mubarak smiles in Rumaithiya 
Newly elected member of Parliament Massouma Al-Mubarak smiles in Rumaithiya May 17, 2009. Al-Mobarak is one of four women to win seats in the parliamentary elections held May 16. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
KUWAIT-ELECTIONS/
RTXHPO5 
May 16, 2009 
Young Kuwaiti campaign supporters pose at the entrance of a polling station in Rumaithiya, May 16, 2009.... 
Kuwait City, Kuwait 
Young Kuwaiti campaign supporters pose at the entrance of a polling station in Rumaithiya 
Young Kuwaiti campaign supporters pose at the entrance of a polling station in Rumaithiya, May 16, 2009. Kuwaitis are voting in a parliamentary election on Saturday, two months after the ruler of the world's fourth largest oil exporter dissolved the parliament to end a long-running dispute with the government. Voters are casting their ballots in their third election since 2006 with early turnout slow and few confident that the polls will end a tussle between parliament and cabinet that has delayed economic reforms. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
KUWAIT ELECTIONS/
RTXHPM6 
May 16, 2009 
Observers work at their desks at a voting station in Rumaithiya May 16, 2009. Kuwaitis are voting in... 
Kuwait City, Kuwait 
Observers work at their desks at a voting station in Rumaithiya 
Observers work at their desks at a voting station in Rumaithiya May 16, 2009. Kuwaitis are voting in a parliamentary election on Saturday, two months after the ruler of the world's fourth largest oil exporter dissolved the parliament to end a long-running dispute with the government. Voters are casting their ballots in their third election since 2006 with early turnout slow and few confident that the polls will end a tussle between parliament and cabinet that has delayed economic reforms. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
KUWAIT ELECTIONS/
RTXHPKR 
May 16, 2009 
A woman submits her ballot at a voting station in Rumaithiya May 16, 2009. Kuwaitis are voting in a parliamentary... 
Kuwait City, Kuwait 
A woman submits her ballot at a voting station in Rumaithiya 
A woman submits her ballot at a voting station in Rumaithiya May 16, 2009. Kuwaitis are voting in a parliamentary election on Saturday, two months after the ruler of the world's fourth largest oil exporter dissolved the parliament to end a long-running dispute with the government. Voters are casting their ballots in their third election since 2006 with early turnout slow and few confident that the polls will end a tussle between parliament and cabinet that has delayed economic reforms. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
KUWAIT ELECTIONS/
RTXHPKP 
May 16, 2009 
A woman submits her ballot at a voting station in Rumaithiya May 16, 2009. Kuwaitis are voting in a parliamentary... 
Kuwait City, Kuwait 
A woman submits her ballot at a voting station in Rumaithiya 
A woman submits her ballot at a voting station in Rumaithiya May 16, 2009. Kuwaitis are voting in a parliamentary election on Saturday, two months after the ruler of the world's fourth largest oil exporter dissolved the parliament to end a long-running dispute with the government. Voters are casting their ballots in their third election since 2006 with early turnout slow and few confident that the polls will end a tussle between parliament and cabinet that has delayed economic reforms. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
KUWAIT ELECTIONS/
RTXHP8O 
May 16, 2009 
A woman submits her ballot at a voting station in Rumaithiya May 16, 2009. Kuwaitis are voting in a parliamentary... 
Kuwait City, Kuwait 
A woman submits her ballot at a voting station in Rumaithiya 
A woman submits her ballot at a voting station in Rumaithiya May 16, 2009. Kuwaitis are voting in a parliamentary election on Saturday, two months after the ruler of the world's fourth largest oil exporter dissolved the parliament to end a long-running dispute with the government. Voters are casting their ballots in their third election since 2006 with early turnout slow and few confident that the polls will end a tussle between parliament and cabinet that has delayed economic reforms. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
KUWAIT ELECTIONS/
RTXHP76 
May 16, 2009 
A woman holds up her Kuwaiti identity card with the 2009 election stamp imprint (oval stamp) which indicates... 
Kuwait City, Kuwait 
A woman holds up her Kuwaiti identity card with the 2009 election stamp imprint which indicates that... 
A woman holds up her Kuwaiti identity card with the 2009 election stamp imprint (oval stamp) which indicates that she has voted in this year's parliamentary elections, in Rumaithiya May 16, 2009. Kuwaitis are voting in a parliamentary election on Saturday, two months after the ruler of the world's fourth largest oil exporter dissolved the parliament to end a long-running dispute with the government. Voters are casting their ballots in their third election since 2006 with early turnout slow and few confident that the polls will end a tussle between parliament and cabinet that has delayed economic reforms. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
KUWAIT ELECTIONS/
RTXHP5D 
May 16, 2009 
A woman holds up her Kuwaiti identity card with the 2009 election stamp imprint (oval stamp) which indicates... 
Kuwait City, Kuwait 
A woman holds up her Kuwaiti identity card with the 2009 election stamp imprint which indicates that... 
A woman holds up her Kuwaiti identity card with the 2009 election stamp imprint (oval stamp) which indicates that she has voted in this year's parliamentary elections, in Rumaithiya May 16, 2009. Kuwaitis are voting in a parliamentary election on Saturday, two months after the ruler of the world's fourth largest oil exporter dissolved the parliament to end a long-running dispute with the government. Voters are casting their ballots in their third election since 2006 with early turnout slow and few confident that the polls will end a tussle between parliament and cabinet that has delayed economic reforms. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
KUWAIT ELECTIONS/
RTXHP3H 
May 16, 2009 
A woman submits her ballot at a voting station in Rumaithiya May 16, 2009. Kuwaitis are voting in a parliamentary... 
Kuwait City, Kuwait 
A woman submits her ballot at a voting station in Rumaithiya 
A woman submits her ballot at a voting station in Rumaithiya May 16, 2009. Kuwaitis are voting in a parliamentary election on Saturday, two months after the ruler of the world's fourth largest oil exporter dissolved the parliament to end a long-running dispute with the government. Voters are casting their ballots in their third election since 2006 with early turnout slow and few confident that the polls will end a tussle between parliament and cabinet that has delayed economic reforms. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
KUWAIT-ELECTIONS/
RTX5TG2 
May 17, 2008 
Kuwait's Prime Minister Sheikh Nasser al-Mohammad al-Sabah (2ndL) and Interior Minister Jaber Khaled... 
RUMAITHIYA, Kuwait 
Kuwait's Prime Minister and Interior Minister visit polling stations 
Kuwait's Prime Minister Sheikh Nasser al-Mohammad al-Sabah (2ndL) and Interior Minister Jaber Khaled al-Sabah (2ndR) leave a female polling centre in Rumaithiya, May 17, 2008. Kuwaitis voted in a parliamentary election on Saturday that they hoped would bring in fresh faces able to revive economic reforms to wean the country off its dependence on oil. Some 275 candidates are 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/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT) 
KUWAIT-ELECTIONS/
RTX5TFT 
May 17, 2008 
Kuwait's Prime Minister Sheikh Nasser al-Mohammad al-Sabah (R) talks to a female voter at a polling centre... 
Kuwait City, Kuwait 
Kuwait's Prime Minister Sheikh Nasser al-Mohammad al-Sabah talks to a female voter at a polling centre... 
Kuwait's Prime Minister Sheikh Nasser al-Mohammad al-Sabah (R) talks to a female voter at a polling centre in Rumaithiya, May 17, 2008. Kuwaitis voted in a parliamentary election on Saturday that they hoped would bring in fresh faces able to revive economic reforms to wean the country off its dependence on oil. Some 275 candidates are 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/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT) 
KUWAIT-ELECTIONS/
RTX5TFL 
May 17, 2008 
Kuwait's Prime Minister Sheikh Nasser al-Mohammad al-Sabah (C) and Interior Minister Sheikh Jaber Khaled... 
RUMAITHIYA, Kuwait 
Kuwait's Prime Minister visits polling stations 
Kuwait's Prime Minister Sheikh Nasser al-Mohammad al-Sabah (C) and Interior Minister Sheikh Jaber Khaled al-Sabah (L) visit a female polling centre in Rumaithiya, May 17, 2008. Kuwaitis voted in a parliamentary election on Saturday that they hoped would bring in fresh faces able to revive economic reforms to wean the country off its dependence on oil. Some 275 candidates are 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/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT) 
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