Kuwait PM: Content With Medical Preparations, Turnout
His Highness the Prime Minister Sheikh Sabah Khaled Al-Hamad Al-Sabah said he was satisfied with medical preparations for Saturday’s parliamentary elections, which “are different than the previous 60 years.”
These elections are “different than the previous 60 years because of the health crisis and the measures that needed to be adopted,” His Highness the Prime Minister told reporters while visiting Khabab Ibn Al-Arat school in Jabriya, which was made a polling station.
“I am happy with the reports I have been receiving about the participation in this constitutional procedure to elect representatives of the Kuwaiti people …,” he said.
He hoped elections would end with high turnout and voters abide by health conditions. “We see a big turnout and we hope to see compliance with the health requirements during elections, and to refrain from celebrations following the announcement of results,” said His Highness the Prime Minister.
“The victory is for us to preserve public health,” he added. His Highness the Prime Minister was accompanied by Ministry of Interior’s Undersecretary General Essam Al-Naham. (KUNA)