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Expat Symbolic Voting 2014: Kuwait Keralites are upbeat
April 29, 2014, 12:43 pm

The Expat Symbolic voting conducted by Welfare Kerala Kuwait is well received in the Keralite community in Kuwait. Hundreds of people voted in the first few days of the voting duration.

The Expat Symbolic voting is being conducted with the intention to increase the democratic awareness among the expatriate community and to protest against the denial of voting rights to expatriates in a symbolic and peaceful manner and to show that online voting is not a herculean task if the government is willing to do it. The event is also to promote healthy and democratic competition among the expatriate leaders. Well known personalities among the Kuwait Keralite expatriates are all candidates in this symbolic voting.

The Kuwait Expatriates can vote at from April 10 to May 10. In addition to online voting, polling booths will also be arranged in Abbasiya, Farwaniya, Salmiya, Fahaheel, Abu Halifa and Amghara on selected days (Fridays). Each voter will have 3 votes. One for a candidate in his constituency in Kerala and 2 votes for candidates in Kuwait. Two leaders with the most votes from the Kuwait candidates will be elected as the winner. The results of the polling for constituencies in India will be announced only on May 12, according to the guidelines of the Election commission of India.

The results of the Kuwait polling will be available instantly. The leaders and journalists who are not contestants will oversee the conduct of the elections. The elections will be symbolic and independent. The names of the contestants will be listed in alphabetical order.

The personalities nominated for the symbolic election in Kuwait are 1. John Mathew, Thomas Mathew Kadavil, Jacob Channappetta, Siddeeq Valiyakath, Babuji Batheri, Krishnadas, Sageer Thrikkarippur, Sam Painumood, Sathar Kunnil, Chessil Ramapuram, Lisi Kuriakose, Hamza Payyannoor, Kaipattoor Thankachan, Shyju Adoor, Firoz Abdulla, Asma K Abdulla,
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