Fifty one MPs rep­re­sented 3rd con­stituency un­til 2013

Kuwait Times - - LOCAL -

Fifty one can­di­dates had suc­ceeded in rep­re­sent­ing the sec­ond con­stituency in the past 12 par­lia­men­tary ses­sions since 1981 till par­lia­ment of 2013. Among the most run­ners for the 2nd con­stituency which grouped the 7th, 9th, 10th, 11th and 14th in the 25 con­stituency for­ma­tion were Ah­mad Al-Saadoun who rep­re­sented the con­stituency for nine leg­isla­tive terms be­sides his mem­ber­ship in the in­val­i­dated par­lia­ment of 2012.

He was fol­lowed by Dr Naser Al-Sanea, Waleed Al-Tabtabaei, win­ner in the in­val­i­dated par­lia­ment of Fe­bru­ary 2012, both rep­re­sented the con­stituency for five leg­isla­tive terms, whereas Saleh Al-Fad­hala who rep­re­sented the con­stituency for five leg­isla­tive terms.

Adel Al-Sarawi and Faisal Al-Mislem, win­ner in the in­val­i­dated Fe­bru­ary 2012 par­lia­ment, Ali Saleh Al-Omair, win­ner in the in­val­i­dated Fe­bru­ary and De­cem­ber 2102 par­lia­ments and mem­ber­ship in the 2013 par­lia­ment, rep­re­sented the con­stituency for four leg­isla­tive terms. Hmoud Al-Jabri, Jasem Me­nahi Al-Osaimi, Jaser Al-Ra­jhi, Mo­ham­mad Al-Mar­shad, Sami AlMu­nayes, Waleed Al-Osaimi, Faisal Al-Shaya, Rowd­han Al-Rowd­han and Ja­mal Al-Omar rep­re­sented the con­stituency for three leg­isla­tive terms. Ah­mad Al-Kha­teeb, Ah­mad Al-Ku­laib, Ali Al-Saeed and Saleh Al-Mulla rep­re­sented the con­stituency for two leg­isla­tive terms.

One term

The con­stituency was rep­re­sented for one leg­isla­tive term by Ah­mad Al-Mu­laifi, mem­ber in the in­val­i­dated par­lia­ment of De­cem­ber 2012, Mo­ham­mad Al-Ad­sani, Esa Al-Sha­heen, Yousef Al-Ghanim and Naser San­hat Al-Osaimi, Ab­dul­razaq Al-Sanea, Naser Al-Ban­nai, Ab­du­laziz AlAd­sani, Ab­dusal­lam Al-Osaimi, Bader AlJeean, Ah­mad Al-Duaij, Ah­mad Al-Rubei, Bader Al-Farsi, Basel Al-Rashed, Ab­du­laziz Al-Shayji, Naji Al-Ab­dul­hadi, Aseel Al-Awadhi, Rola Dashti, Khalil Ab­dul­lah, mem­ber in the in­val­i­dated De­cem­ber 2012 par­lia­ment, Safa Al-Hashem, mem­ber in in­val­i­dated De­cem­ber 2012 par­lia­ment and mem­ber in the 2013 par­lia­ment from which she re­signed, Mo­ham­mad Al-Jabri, mem­ber in the in­val­i­dated De­cem­ber 2012 par­lia­ment, Yaqoub Al-Sanea, mem­ber in the in­val­i­dated par­lia­ment of De­cem­ber 2012, Ab­dulka­reem Al-Kan­deri, who re­signed from par­lia­ment of 2013, Na­bil AlFadhl, mem­ber in the in­val­i­dated par­lia­ments of Fe­bru­ary and De­cem­ber 2012 and mem­ber­ship in the 2013 par­lia­ment, Ali Al-Khamees, Ab­dul­lah Maay­ouf and Fares Al-Otaibi.

Mo­ham­mad Al-Ad­sani had won for four times the post of Speaker of the Na­tional Assem­bly in 1981 whereas Ah­mad Al-Saadoun be­came Speaker in 1985, 1992, 1996 and the in­val­i­dated par­lia­ment of 2012. The con­stituency saw since 1981 six out of 31 elected min­is­ters.

Gov­ern­ment line-up

In the gov­ern­ment line-up in 1992, Jasem Al-Oun be­came Min­is­ter of So­cial Af­fairs and La­bor and in 1994 he be­came Min­is­ter of Com­mu­ni­ca­tions and Min­is­ter of Elec­tric­ity and Water whereas the So­cial Af­fairs and La­bor min­istry was given to Ah­mad Al-Ku­laib. Ku­laib then be­came Min­is­ter of Jus­tice and Min­is­ter of Awqaf and Is­lamic Af­fairs in 1998. MPs of the con­stituency did not as­sume any min­is­te­rial post in the gov­ern­ment line-ups for the years 1981, 1985, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2006, 2007 and 2008 as well as in the in­val­i­dated par­lia­ments of Fe­bru­ary and De­cem­ber 2012.

Rowd­han Al-Rowd­han be­came Min­is­ter of Health in the first gov­ern­ment for­ma­tion in 1999 and Min­is­ter of State for Cab­i­net Af­fairs in the 2nd for­ma­tion in 1999. Ah­mad Al-Mu­laifi was ap­pointed Min­is­ter of Ed­u­ca­tion and Higher Ed­u­ca­tion in 2011. Ali Al-Omair as­sumed the port­fo­lio of Min­istry of Oil and State Min­istry for Na­tional Assem­bly Af­fairs in Jan­uary 2014 and be­came Min­is­ter of Pub­lic Works and State Min­istry for Na­tional Assem­bly Af­fairs af­ter res­ig­na­tion of Ah­mad Khaled Al-Jas­sar. In October 2014, Yaqoub Al-Sane was ap­pointed Min­is­ter of Jus­tice and Min­is­ter of Awqaf and Is­lamic Af­fairs.

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