Kuwait Municipality on Wednesday announced it has licensed 118 spots for candidates running for the parliamentary elections slated for November 26 in all constituencies.
A statement by the Public Relations said that Kuwait Municipality would not hesitate to simplify all procedures pertinent to obtaining a license for the candidates.
It said that 30 licenses were issued in the Capital Governorate and 15 posters, adding that 77 illegal posters have been removed.
It pointed out that seven licenses were issued in Farwaniya, 19 in Jahra, 32 in Ahmadi, 10 in Mubarak Al-Kabir and 20 in Hawally. It said that each candidate would be given two headquarters; one for men and another for women, stressing the importance of facilitating an adequate space for car parking without obstructing traffic.
It said that advertisements in front of schools is prohibited, adding that the headquarter must be 500 meters away from schools for the safety of students.