In Kuwait, opposition groups and their allies have bagged 24 out of parliament’s 50 seats, raising fears of fresh political wrangling in the oil-rich country. Around half of the successful opposition MPs are Salafists and Islamists from a Sunni Muslim Brotherhood-linked group. The Muslim Shiite minority was already reduced to six seats from nine in the previous house. Only one woman was elected and a third of the fresh parliament are new, young members.
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