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Political parties are illegal in the Gulf state of Kuwait. They have not been legalized since independence in 1961. Nonetheless, the constitution itself does not explicitly prohibit parties.

Candidates for election (e.g., to the National Assembly) stand in a personal capacity. In practice, however, several political groups act as de facto parties:

The Islamic Constitutional Movement (Hadas)
The National Democratic Alliance
The National Islamic Alliance
The Islamic Salafi Alliance
The Popular Action Bloc
The Justice and Peace Alliance

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