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It was dusty yesterday so the windows of Kuwait Towers were not at their best today – but  I wanted this shot of Downtown Kuwait for this particular post.

In a little over fifty hours from now, we will vote in fifty MPs. It’s all been said before – but this time it feels more real.  Saturday is the big day and we need to think of what’s best for Kuwait.  

On Saturday morning, have a good breakfast and a strong coffee; then imagine yourself in the top sphere of Kuwait Towers.  Think how much this country gives you – and vote for someone who cares as much as you do. We really need change this time round.  I’m not sure how much change we will get, but I remain hopeful.  My votes are for a man I trust (as much as one can a politician), a woman I believe has potential, and two new faces.

You can make a difference.  Make sure you do. 

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Many Kuwaitis, most I hope, want to see change.  Positive change.  The elections next month are fast gaining the feel of now-or-never. I feel optimistic this time.  I hope the next parliament and new government work to bring this beautiful country back to the forefront. 

On my travels, I capture the old and the new – and quite often I capture change.  It occured to me today that apart from my Mangaf blog, I don’t look closer to home.Kuwait City is going through a massive change.  The skyline changes by the week and I haven’t posted enough about it.  

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