Fact file: Bahrain’s 40 MPs in 2010 -2014

October 31, 2010
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Capital Governorate

Constituency 1 – Adel Al Assoomi (Independent) Re-elected

Constituency 2 – Khalil Al Marzouq (Al Wefaq) Re-elected

Constituency 3 – Hadi Al Mousawi (Al Wefaq) replaces Jassim Al Momin (Al Wefaq)

Constituency 4 – Abduljalil Khalil (Al Wefaq) Re-elected

Constituency 5 – Mohammad Mizal (Al Wefaq) Re-elected

Constituency 6 – Abdul Rahman Bu Mjaid (Independent) Re-elected

Constituency 7 – Abdulmajid Al Seba’ (Al Wefaq) replaces Abdulaziz Hassan Abul (Independent)

Constituency 8 – Jameel Kadhim (Al Wefaq) Re-elected

Muharraq Governorate

Constituency 1 – Adel Al Mouawda (Al Asala) Re-elected

Constituency 2 – Abdul Hamid Al Mir (Independent) replaces Ebrahim Bu Sandal (Al Asala)

Constituency 3 – Ali Ahmad Abdullah (Islamic Menbar) Re-elected

Constituency 4 – Mahmoud Al Mahmoud (Independent) replaces Isa Ahmed Abulfateh (Al Asalah)

Constituency 5 – Esa Al Kooheji (Independent) replaces Sami Qambar (Islamic Menbar)

Constituency 6 – Ali Al Ashiri (Al Wefaq) replaces Hamza Ali Kadhim (Al Wefaq)

Constituency 7 – Othman Sharif (Independent) replaces Nasser Al Fadhala (Islamic Menbar)

Constituency 8 – Ghanim Al Buaineen (Al Asala) Re-elected.

Northern Governorate

Constituency 1 – Matar Matar (Al Wefaq) replaces Ali Salman (Al Wefaq)

Constituency 2 – Ali Al Aswad (Al Wefaq) replaces Makki Hilal (Al Wefaq)

Constituency 3 – Abdulhussein Al Matghawi (Al Wefaq) Re-elected

Constituency 4 – Hassan Al Dossary (Independent) Re-elected

Constituency 5 – Mohammad Majid (Al Wefaq) replaces Mohammed Jameel Al Jamri (Al Wefaq)

Constituency 6 – Mohammad Al Amadi (Islamic Menbar) replaces Mohammad Khalid Ibrahim (Islamic Menbar)

Constituency 7 – Jasim Husain (Al Wefaq) Re-elected

Constituency 8 – Jawad Fairouz (Al Wefaq) Re-elected

Constituency 9 – Hassan Ali Sultan (Al Wefaq) Re-elected

Central Governorate

Constituency 1 – Salman Abdullah (Al Wefaq) replaces Jalal Fairouz (Al Wefaq)

Constituency 2 – Abdullah Al A’ali (Al Wefaq) Re-elected

Constituency 3 – Adnan Al Maliki (Independent) replaces Ibrahim Al Hadi (Islamic Menbar)

Constituency 4 – Eisa Al Qadhi (Independent) replaces Salah Ali (Islamic Menbar)

Constituency 5 – Abd Ali Mohammed Hassan (Al Wefaq) Re-elected

Constituency 6 – Hassan Esa (Al Wefaq) replaces Haidar Hassan (Al Wefaq)

Constituency 7 – Abdul Haleem Murad (Al Asalah) Re-elected

Constituency 8 – Ali Al Zayid (Independent) replaces Abdul Lateef Al Shaikh (Islamic Menbar)

Constituency 9 – Khalifa Dhahrani (Independent) Re-elected

Southern Governorate

Constituency 1 – Jasim Al Saeedi (Independent) Re-elected

Constituency 2 – Abdullah Bin Huwail (Independent) replaces Hamad Al Muhanadi (Al Asala)

Constituency 3 – Ahmad Al Mulla (Independent) replaces Sami Al Buhairi (Asala)

Constituency 4 – Abdullah Al Dossary (Independent) Re-elected

Constituency 5 – Khamis Al Rumaihi (Independent) Re-elected

Constituency 6 – Lateefa Al Gaood (Independent) Re-elected

         

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Born August 3, 1960 in Monastir, Tunisia
Career
Media career:
  • ABC News (Tunisia)
  • Bahrain Tribune
  • Gulf News
  • Bahrain Television News
Teaching career:
  • Monastir (Tunisia)
  • University of Bahrain
Education
  • MA  Mass Communications, University of Leicester
  • BA  in English & US literature and studies, University of Tunis

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