The Shura Council Elections Supervisory Committee announced the general result of the elections, which witnessed a 63.5% participation rate, including the names of the winners of the seats of the first elected Shura Council in the country's history.
In a statement by the Ministry of Interior, Major General Majid Ibrahim Al Khulaifi, head of the committee, said, "In realization of the vision of HH the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani, as announced in his speech at the opening of the 49th session of the Shura Council last year, the first legislative elections to pick the members of the elected Shura Council took place today, Saturday, October 2, 2021, under the direct supervision of HE the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior. These elections will strengthen the rule of law and institutions of the country."
The statement added, "The voting process began at 8 AM and continued until 6 PM. The citizens were keen to show the spirit of responsible citizenship and the national duty of effective participation in this historic event. It as well denotes their commitment to the established values and inherited traditions of Qatari society."
The Ministry of Interior commended the high patriotic spirit that prevailed on polling day and the efforts made by all national entities and cadres for their effective contribution in organizing this national prerogative under constitutional and legal guarantees within a neutral and responsible environment.
The elections final result approved by the elections committees are as follows:
No.1: Abdul Rahman Yousuf Abdul Rahman Al Khulaifi
No. 2: Ahmed Hetmi Ahmed Al Hetmi
No. 3: Abdullah Ali Jumua Al Sulaiti
No. 4: Eisa Ahmed Eisa Nasr Al Nasr
No. 5: Hassan Abdullah Ghanem Al Ghanem Al Maadheed (Elected unanimously)
No. 6: Khalid Ghanem Nasser Al Ali Al Maadheed
No. 7: Khalid Ahmed Nasser Ahmed Al Obaidan
No. 8: Nasser Salmeen Khalid Al Suwaidi
No. 9: Hamad Abdullah Abdul Rahman Ali Al Mulla
No. 10: Khalid Abbas Ali Kamal Al Emadi
No. 11: Nasser Muhsin Muhammed Bu Kasheesha
No. 12: Eisa Arar Eisa Ali Al Rumaihi
No. 13: Muhammed Yousef Abdul Rahman Al Mana
No. 14: Muhammed Muftah Abdul Rahman Al Muftah
No. 15: Yousuf Ali Yousuf Al Khatir
No. 16: Ali Muhsin Abdullah Rashid Futais
No. 17: Muhammed Buti Salem Khalifa Al Abdallah
No. 18: Ali Shabeeb Nasser Al Atiyya
No. 19: Nasser Metref Eisa Al Metref Al Humaidi
No. 20: Ahmed Hamad Ahmed Al Hassan Al Muhannadi
No. 21: Muhammed Eid Saad Al Hasan Al Kaabi
No. 22: Mubarak Muhammed Matar Al Matar Al Kuwari
No. 23: Yousuf Ahmed Ali Al Sada
No. 24: Muhammed Omer Ahmed Al Salem Al Mannai
No. 25: Nasser Hassan Dandoun Al Nufaihi Al Kubaisi
No. 26: Nasser Muhammed Nasser Al Jaffali Al Nuaimi
No. 27: Sultan Hassan Mubarak Al Dhabit Al Dosari
No. 28: Mubarak Saif Hamdan Me'saf Al Mansouri
No. 29: Ali Saeed Rashid Al Kumait Al Khayarin
No. 30: Salem Rashed Salem Rashed Al Muraikhi
On this occasion, the Ministry of Interior congratulated the candidates who won the elections for membership of the Shura Council and wish them all the success.
Source: Qatar News Agency
Cover Image Credit: H.E. Alya Ahmed Saif Al Thani (Twitter)
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