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Justice Al-Mutairat announces winners of parliamentary elections of 2ndconstituency

Jama'an Al-Hirbish
Jama'an Al-Hirbish

 KUWAIT, Feb 3 (KUNA) -- Justice Ali Al-Mutairat, chairman of the electoral committee of the second constituency, announced winners of 2012 parliamentary elections.
Justice Al-Mutairat, cited by local media, announced names of the 10 winners for the upcoming National Assembly.

 Justice Al-Mutairat announced that Jama'an Al-Hirbish came first with 8,475 votes, second was Riyadh Al-Adsani with 6,401votes, then Mohammad Al-Saqer with 6,198 votes and was followed by Ali Al-Rashed with 6,148.
   Al-Mutairat then announced that Marzouq Al-Ghanim with 5,667, then Hamad Al-Matar with 5,624. He was followed with Abdulrahman Al-Anjeri 5,537, then Adnan Al-Mutawwa with 5,064, followed by Khaled Sultan bin Essa with 4,778 and finally Abdullatif Al-Ameeri with 4,643. 

Jama'an Al-Hirbish was born in 1970 and holds a PhD in Islamic ideology. He is a college professor and a lecturer with the Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs. He was elected MP in 2006, 2008 and 2009.
   Riyadh Al-Adsani holds a bachelor degree in finance and marketing. He worked in Investment department in Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC), since 2006 as assistant investment director at the Public Investment Authority. He was Chairman of Al-Nuzha Cooperative Society in 2007-11.
   Mohammad Al-Saqer was born in 1951 and holds a bachelor degree in economics. Among other positions he held, he was a member in Kuwait Journalists Association (KJA), Inter-Parliamentary Union's (IPU) Executive Committee and President of the interim Arab Parliament and Chief Editor of daily Al-Qabas newspaper. He was elected as MP in 1999, 2003, 2006 and 2008.
   Ali Al-Rashed was born in 1967 and holds a degree and a higher diploma in law. He held a number of public positions, and was member of the bureau investigating the crime of the ousted Iraqi regime in 2000. Al-Rashed became a member of the National Assembly in 2003, 2006, 2008 and 2009. He was appointed State Minister for Cabinet Affairs in 2011.
   Marzouq Al-Ghanim was born in 1968 and holds a bachelors degree in mechanical engineering. He held a number of positions, including Chairman of Boubyan Petrochemicals. He was elected MP in 2006, 2008 and 2009.
   Hamad Al-Matar was born in 1970, holds a PhD in Industrial Chemistry and teaches at Kuwait University. He was Chairman of the Arab Chemists Union in 2006 and Chairman of Kuwait Chemistry Society in 2005-07.
   Abdulrahman Al-Anjeri was born in 1957 and holds a bachelors degree in business from the US. Among the positions he held is Director General of Kuwait's Agricultural Food Products Co. He was elected MP in 2009.
   Adnan Al-Mutawwa was born in 1954 and holds a bachelors degree in engineering from the University of Leeds. He worked at Kuwait Stock Exchange and was an engineering consultant for the Public Industry Authority in 2006-2007. He was elected MP in 2009.
   Khaled Sultan bin Essa was born in 1940 and holds a masters degree in business administration and a bachelors degree in aviation engineering. He held a number of prominent positions, including chairman of Kuwait Graduates Society and Jamiyat Ihyaa At-Turath Al-Islami. He was elected MP in 1981, 2008 and 2009.
   Abdullatif Al-Ameeri was born in 1966 and holds a bachelor degree in Law and Islamic Sharia from Kuwait University. He worked as chief investigator at the Interior Ministry. He was an MP in 2008. (end)