‘PM to give ministers two-month grace period to achieve reforms’ Current situation in country stable: Al-Sarraf

KUWAIT CITY, March 6: HH the Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Sabah is determined to achieve reform in collaboration with the National Assembly, reports Al-Anba daily quoting reliable sources.

They revealed that Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak will grant the ministers a two-month grace period from March to June for achieving the requirements of the new phase, indicating that he will not hesitate to shuffle the ministers if they fail to realize achievements for the good of the citizens.

Regarding the last chance being allotted to the four ministers whose grilling requests were suspended, sources indicated that those ministers should handle any notices objectively; however all ministers are required to achieve reform and requirements of the new phase.

Meanwhile, even as some people are preoccupied and dissatisfied with the activities and performance of the government, the current situation in the country is stable and nothing can change this fact, reports Al-Kuwaitiya daily quoting legal expert and lawyer Abdulhamid Al-Sarraf as saying.

He added the wealth of the country doesn’t transform to real development action because people are not ready or qualified to invest in the wealth and don’t realize its importance. He stressed that Kuwait is full of resources capable of building a strong economy for the coming generations.

In an interview with the daily, Al-Sarraf discussed the MPs attitude of dealing with specific issues that serve their selfish interests, particularly in oil sector, which he described as a source of destruction and means of spreading chaos in the society.

He also spoke about Dow Chemical issue and said it would be impossible to sign another contract with the company. He went on to blame the media for the manner in which it spreads rumors that are capable of inciting chaos in the country.


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