Ex-MP Salman Al-Hulaila and a female citizen get 2 years with hard labor for vote-buying

Ex-MP Salman Al-Hulaila and a female citizen get 2 years with hard labor for vote-buying

Criminal Court sentenced former MP Salman Al-Hulaila to two years in prison for vote-buying

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 25: In a recent development, the Criminal Court has issued a verdict, sentencing former Member of Parliament Salman Al-Hulaila and a female citizen to two years of imprisonment with hard labor in connection to a vote-buying case. The ruling follows the earlier testimony of the investigation officer in the case, where Al-Hulaila was accused of engaging in vote-buying activities during the National Assembly elections.

During the proceedings, Al-Hulaila denied the charges brought against him, setting the stage for a legal battle in the Criminal Court. The court deliberated on the evidence presented and, ultimately, handed down the two-year sentence with hard labor, marking a significant development in the case.

The vote-buying allegations against Al-Hulaila had drawn attention, prompting a thorough investigation by authorities. The court’s decision is expected to have broader implications and serves as a noteworthy development in the ongoing efforts to uphold the integrity of electoral processes in the country.

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