‘Expedite delivery of plots to citizens’ Cabinet lauds Amir’s speech

KUWAIT, Nov 13, (KUNA): In its customary weekly meeting, the cabinet reviewed today the content of the speech which His Highness the Amir recently addressed the nation in celebration of the 50th year since the endorsement of the Kuwaiti constitution.

In that regard, the cabinet expressed its delight at HH the Amir’s active participation last Saturday in the fireworks extravaganza held on this occasion, prompting HH the prime minister to thank everyone who had a hand in producing the impressive fireworks show which brought a lot of joy to the hearts of many Kuwaitis.

Related to the fireworks event last Saturday was yesterday’s celebration at the Shaheed Park of inaugurating a memorial on the occasion of the fiftieth year of the endorsement of the constitution, where HH the Amir was on hand to attend that celebration. Both events were meant to embody the sacrosanct nature of the constitution to all Kuwaitis who cherish precepts of democracy, the rule of law, and free speech.

Demonstrating the government’s penchant to find satisfactory solutions to people’s concerns, the cabinet has instructed the State Minister for Housing Affairs to speed up delivery of housing plots to those waiting to get them so that to build on them their dream homes.

Furthermore, the cabinet listened to a presentation by HH the Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber Mubarak Al-Sabah regarding the visit to the country by Yemeni President Abd Rabuh Mansour Hadi and the delegation accompanying him.

The cabinet, then, discussed some facets impeding the provision of animal feed to livestock growers, postponing to a later date any decision on that issue.

After reviewing a gamut of reports on regional and international topics, the cabinet chose to send its congratulations to Oman on the 42nd anniversary of its national day, and sent congratulations to US President Barack Obama on his re-election, wishing more progress for the bilateral relations between both countries.

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