More opposition protests held in Kuwait

The opposition supporters demonstrated for the second week in a row attracting large numbers of people
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Former Kuwaiti MP and opposition leader Musallam al-Barrak (C) takes part in march on a major road in Kuwait City on December 8, 2012, during a demonstration to demand dissolving the new parliament elected last week amid a massive boycott as the oil-rich Gulf state plunged into political stalemate. The opposition supporters demonstrated for the second week in a row attracting large numbers of people as police watched the protest without interfering after the organisers obtained a licence. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Kuwaiti former member of the parliament and Islamic opposition leader Walid al-Tabtabai (2R) takes part in a march along a major road in Kuwait City on December 8, 2012, during a demonstration to demand dissolving the new parliament elected last week amid a massive boycott as the oil-rich Gulf state plunged into political stalemate. The opposition supporters demonstrated for the second week in a row attracting large numbers of people as police watched the protest without interfering after the organisers obtained a licence. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Kuwaiti opposition supporters waving Kuwaiti and orange flags march on a major road in Kuwait City on December 8, 2012, during a demonstration to demand dissolving the new parliament elected last week amid a massive boycott as the oil-rich Gulf state plunged into political stalemate. The opposition supporters demonstrated for the second week in a row attracting large numbers of people as police watched the protest without interfering after the organisers obtained a licence. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Kuwaiti opposition supporters stand between banners calling for freedom and liberty prior to the start of a march along a major road in Kuwait City on December 8, 2012, to demand dissolving the new parliament elected last week amid a massive boycott as the oil-rich Gulf state plunged into political stalemate. The opposition supporters demonstrated for the second week in a row attracting large numbers of people as police watched the protest without interfering after the organisers obtained a licence. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Kuwaiti opposition supporters waving orange flags march on a major road in Kuwait City on December 8, 2012, during a demonstration to demand dissolving the new parliament elected last week amid a massive boycott as the oil-rich Gulf state plunged into political stalemate. The opposition supporters demonstrated for the second week in a row attracting large numbers of people as police watched the protest without interfering after the organisers obtained a licence. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Kuwaiti opposition supporters shout slogans as wave their national and orange flags during a march along a major road in Kuwait City on December 8, 2012, to demand dissolving the new parliament elected last week amid a massive boycott as the oil-rich Gulf state plunged into political stalemate. The opposition supporters demonstrated for the second week in a row attracting large numbers of people as police watched the protest without interfering after the organisers obtained a licence. (AFP/Getty Images)