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Kuwait 2020 Elections: Winds of Change or a Coming Storm?
Kuwait 2020 Elections: Winds of Change or a Coming Storm?
There is a consensus among political observers in Kuwait that December 5 was a victory for all Kuwaitis for several objective reasons. The high turnout, nearly 70% of the total eligible voters, surpassed many of the most powerful democracies. It was a genuine popular response to the new era initiated by the heir apparent, Sheikh Nawwaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah. Several reforms impacted various security…
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