Low voter turnout and plans for further protests signal more trouble ahead for Kuwait

Issue 937 - 06 Dec 2012
Parliamentary elections on 1 December went ahead as planned, albeit with turnout at a historic low as a result of an opposition boycott. The new assembly looks likely to be more pro-government than the last, but opposition plans for further mass protests and the inexperience of almost two thirds of new MPs suggest the crisis is far from over

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