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Justice and Peace Alliance

Justice and Peace Alliance
تحالف العدالة و سلام
Leader Saleh Ashour
Headquarters Kuwait City
Ideology Liberalism, Moderate Shia
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Kuwait

The Justice and Peace Alliance (Arabic: تحالف العدالة و سلام) is a liberal and moderate Shia political bloc in Kuwait.[1] Of the fifty elected members of Kuwait National Assembly, only one belongs to the Justice and Peace Alliance: Saleh Ashour.

The bloc members are followers of The Shirazi school of thought which in turn is against Hezbollah and Iran.

References

  1. ^ "Most Kuwaiti political groups boycotting polls". Ahram Online. AFP. 29 November 2012. Retrieved 18 September 2014. 


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