Jabir Al-Azmi

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Jabir Al-Azmi is a member of the Kuwaiti National Assembly, representing the fifth district. Born in 1970, Al-Azmi studied Sharia law and worked in at the Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs before being elected to the National Assembly in 2006. While political parties are technically illegal in Kuwait, Al-Azmi affiliates with the Islamist deputies. He is a member of the Al-Awazem tribe. [1]

Opposed Guaranteeing Bank Deposits[edit]

On October 28, 2008, the parliament voted 50-7 to insure all types of deposits in all local banks within Kuwait. Al-Azmi opposed the bill, along with Hussein AlـQallaf Al-Bahraini, Daifallah Bouramiya, Mohammed Al-Obaid, Mohammed Hayef AlـMutairi, Musallam AlـBarrak, and Waleed AlـTabtabaie. Al-Azmi accused the Cabinet of speeding up the bill's passage for the benefit of monetary tycoons. [2]

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