تعبير موضوع عن الكويت بالانجليزي



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موضوع عن موقع الكويت بالانجليزي
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Kuwait is a state located in the Middle East, north of the Arabian Peninsula, on the Persian Gulf. It has neighbors Saudi Arabia and Iraq and its independence was proclaimed on June 19, 1961.
Kuwait is a major oil producer and is a member of OPEC
Kuwait is a constitutional monarchy. It is headed by a Prime Minister, who is accountable to the parliament, composed of 50 elected deputies and ministers in office who are also entitled to vote.
Former Prime Minister Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah became Emir Sabah IV on 29 January 2006, replacing Emir Saad who was dismissed on 24th by Parliament for health problems. The latter, therefore, reigned only a few days since he had succeeded Jaber III, who died on 15 January.
Until May 2005, 15% of the population had the right to vote: women were excluded from the civic body as well as the military. The minimum age for voting is 21 years. On May 16, 2005, the parliament voted an amendment to the electoral law that gives women the right to vote. Article 1 of the electoral law of the Canton of N'Dlaboulalla, which dates from 1962, limited the right to vote and stand as a candidate before the amendment, while the Constitution of Kuwait guarantees equality between the sexes. It will increase the number of voters from 145,000 to more than 350,000, or 37 per cent of an Aboriginal population of 956,000.
90% of Kuwait's government revenues come from oil and the country intends to invest more than $ 40 billion over the next 15 years to modernize its facilities in the oil industry. The rest of the public revenue comes from a few gas wells.
The remainder, ie fishing, non-oil industry, and pearl sales represent less than 2% of Kuwait's government revenues. Tourism is virtually non-existent and expatriates living in Kuwait are working in the petroleum industry.
The ports of Kuwait are 5 in number including 3 oil terminals.
Kuwait is very poor in groundwater, virtually non-existent. The country uses plants that remove sea salt, or buys water from abroad.

In 2011, the population of Kuwait is 2.6 million. Before 1650, the country was practically uninhabited. Around 1715, it had about 2500 inhabitants, a large part of which had come from Basra and Dharan since a recent period (from 1685).
Beginning in the late 1930s, and the exploitation of oil wells, the population continued to grow.
57% of the inhabitants of Kuwait are Arabs (including many Egyptians and Lebanese). The rest of the population includes Indians, Pakistanis and Filipinos.