National Assembly Speaker Jassem Al-Khorafi (right), received on Thursday Kuwaiti inventor Sadiq Qasim. Qasim won first place in Arab reality TV show “Stars of Science” initiated by Qatar
Interior Ministry warns against illegal gatherings Citizens, expats urged to cooperate

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 10, (KUNA): The Kuwaiti Ministry of Interior said Thursday any unlicensed gatherings after the Friday congregational prayers outside the Grand Mosque or elsewhere would be deemed a violation of laws.
“Based on the principle that security is a collective responsibility that should be shouldered by all, the ministry would like to remind the citizens of awareness about nature of the ongoing incidents in the region,” said a ministry statement received by KUNA.

“These incidents could have impacts on everybody. The security of citizens is the focus of our efforts and the guarantee for stability,” the statement affirmed.

“Therefore, the ministry stresses that any gatherings, rallies or marches after Friday noon prayers would be deemed a breach of the public rally law.

“Everybody should put the interests of the homeland above all considerations,” it urged.
Affirming that it would never tolerate any breach of law and would adopt the necessary legal measures against law violators whoever they might be, the ministry called on the citizens and expatriates to cooperate with the law enforcers in this regard.

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