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 KUWAIT CITY, Feb 4: MP Maasouma Al-Mubarak, head of the parliamentary team responsible for identifying common priorities with the government, announced that ten sessions have been allotted to discuss the priorities, reports Al-Shahed daily.

She revealed that the number of priorities reached 20, which includes independence of judiciary and unified media, indicating that they will start tackling these priorities from the Tuesday session for approval.

She said the parliamentary team will prepare a complete report and submit it to the Parliament.
Meanwhile, MP Faisal Al-Duwaisan revealed that he will submit a grilling request against the First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior to test his commitment to the law regardless the grace period granted to the latter to carry out the commendations submitted during the secret session.
He indicated that the pivots of the grilling request are not related to the commendations, insisting that he wants the nation to know the minister’s commitment to the law.

Furthermore, MP Al-Duwaisan said the Education Affairs Committee discussed the governmental draft law for amendment of the audio-visual law, indicating that this proposal is aimed to protect HH the Crown Prince from criticism.

He stressed that the draft law is unconstitutional, adding, “I will not agree to it as the Crown Prince could one day become the Premier”.

Meanwhile, Rapporteur of Human Rights and Bedoun Committee MP Tahrir Al-Failakawi revealed that a delegation from the United States of America will visit Kuwait in the month of April, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily.

He indicated that a meeting between the delegation and Ministry of Foreign Affairs will be held in the presence of the committee in order to discuss solutions for freeing Kuwaiti detainees in Guantanamo Bay.

Meanwhile, Rapporteur of Parliamentary Social Health Committee MP Salah Al-Ateeqi revealed that the committee held a meeting on Sunday with Minister of Health Dr Mohammad Haifi to discuss issues related to the situation of public hospitals and suggestions to build new ones.

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