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Emir Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah (top C) attends the opening of the 14th session of Parliament in Kuwait City in this December 16, 2012 file photo (REUTERS/Stephanie Mcgehee/Files)


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Kuwaiti Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber al-Mubarak al-Sabah (C) and newly appointed Kuwaiti Oil Minister Ali al-Omair (L), arrive at the Abdullah al-Salem hall, in the Kuwait’s National Assembly to attend a parliament session in Kuwait City, on January 7,2014. The Kuwaiti prime minister on January 6, reshuffled his five-month old cabinet replacing seven members, including the oil and finance ministers, and raising the number of Islamists to four. AFP PHOTO/YASSER AL-ZAYYAT


Kuwait cabinet reshuffle brings seven new faces

Kuwait cabinet reshuffle brings seven new faces

London, Asharq Al-Awsat—Seven Kuwaiti ministers, including new oil and finance ministers, were sworn in following the 34th cabinet reshuffle since the country’s independence in 1961, taking the oath of office before parliament on Tuesday. Monday’s reshuffle saw Ali...
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Emir Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah (top C) attends the opening of the 14th session of Parliament in Kuwait City in this December 16, 2012 file photo (REUTERS/Stephanie Mcgehee/Files)


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Kuwaiti judges and their aides count the ballots at a polling station after closure of voting in al-Khaldeyya district of Kuwait city, on July 27, 2013. Source: AFP Photo/Yasser Al-Zayyat


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A judge counts votes during the early hours of the night after elections closed at the Khaldiya polling station in District 3, Kuwait City, on July 27, 2013. (REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed)