Al-Khamis proclaimed winner in parliamentary by-elections.
KUWAIT, Feb 20 (KUNA) - Chairman of the central commission of the third constituency by-elections for 2016 Justice Hamad Al-Hadhram announced that Ali Abdullah Al-Khamis won a seat in the National Assembly for the 14th legislative term. Al-Khamis, with a total of 7,311 votes, had a big lead over other 33 hopefuls, Justice Al-Hadhram noted in a press conference late Saturday night. The constituency has a total of 81218 eligible voters. Born in 1976, Al-Khamis has a Bachelor of Laws from Cairo University and is member of Kuwait Lawyers Association. He served as board chairman of Al-Yarmouk cooperative society in 2010 and deputy chairman of the National Union of Kuwait Students - Cairo branch in 2001. Speaker of the National Assembly Marzouq Al-Ghanim declared the seat of the third constituency vacant after the passing away of late MP Nabil Al-Fadhel on January 12. (pickup previous) amn.gb
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|Date:||Feb 21, 2016|
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