The controversial Kuwaiti MP, Safaa Al-Hashem, apparently lost her seat in the National Assembly, according to preliminary indications of the results of the third district.
Al-Hashem ranked 30th with only 430 votes, behind even the new candidate, Sheikha Al-Jassim, who lost her role as she ranked 25th.
Safaa Al-Hashem was famous outside Kuwait for her stances against expatriates, especially Egyptians, to the point where a case was filed in Egypt against Al-Hashem for insulting Egypt and the Egyptians.
Safaa Al-Hashem competed in the third district, but she did not get the number of votes that would qualify her to enter the list of winners.
The rate of participation in the Kuwaiti elections was estimated at 60%, which is relatively high in light of fears of the Corona virus.
Another notable outcome was the victory of former National Assembly Speaker Marzouq Al-Ghanim, who was re-elected.
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