Kuwaiti general election, 2003

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Parliamentary elections were held in Kuwait on 5 July 2003 to elect the 50 members of the National Assembly. As political parties are illegal in the country, all candidates stood as independents.

Results[edit]

36 of the elected members were identified being as supporters of the government and Independents. Three as liberals and 21 as Islamists (Sunni and Shia).

e • d Summary of the 5 July 2003 National Assembly of Kuwait election results
Seats
Government supporters & Independents 26
Islamists (Sunni and Shia) 21
Secular nationalists (National Democratic Alliance) 3
Total (turnout 80 %) 50
Source: Rulers

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