Issue 448 - 02 Nov 1992
Six years after its legislative assembly was suspended by the Amir, Kuwait has elected its new parliament and some fresh faces are to be found among the ministers of the new government. Earlier opposition warnings of possible government interference in the elections proved, in the event, to be unfounded. The voting was trouble-free and even the government's sternest critics concede that the election was fairly and properly conducted.
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