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1,092 register since last Friday in the automated recruitment system ‘Govt agencies in 1,927 violations in H1 of 2013’

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 5: Director of the Workforce Registration Administration at the Civil Service Commission Faisal Al-Bassam disclosed the number of citizens registered in the automated recruitment system within registration period number 45, which started last Friday, totaled 1,092 citizens — 559 men and 533 women, reports Al-Seyassah daily. Al-Bassam went on to say that for the first time since the start of the registration in 1999, the number of male registrants exceeded the women. On Tuesday, the administration received 10,748 calls out of 18,605 that expressed interest in the electronic registration since Friday. He said the administration also received 135 applications from the graduates of Kuwait University and 421 from PAAET, while 805 citizens were included in the system without documents.

Al-Bassam added the administration will continue receiving applications from those who want to work in government institutions until Dec 13. Meanwhile, Assistant Undersecretary for Recruitment Supervisors Affairs in the Civil Service Commission (CSC) Ahmad Al-Rumeihi said a total of 1,927 violations committed by different government agencies were recorded in the first half of the year; leading to the wastage of public funds, reports Al- Seyassah daily. Al-Rumeihi disclosed the sector had a series of meetings with the concerned governmental bodies to rectify their errors in a bid to stop the misappropriation of public money. He admitted the supervisors have been facing difficulties and obstacles due to the attitude of the employees in the erring government bodies. He pointed out this situation calls for specifying conditions to appoint the most qualified supervisors.

In the meantime, the Undersecretary of Ministry of Interior and the assistant undersecretaries have submitted their resignations at the office of the First Deputy Premier and Minister of Interior Sheikh Mohammad Al-Khalid in order for the latter to take a decision on whether they should continue in their posts or retire on pension, reports Al- Anba daily quoting informed sources. They revealed that directives were issued to avoid taking any important decisions before Dec 15 due to a conference that will be held on Dec 10. Sources also revealed that reports regarding the request made by the Acting Undersecretary of Ministry of Interior Lt Salman Al-Fahad to the assistant undersecretaries and general directors to apply for retirement from Dec 12 in order to obtain financial remunerations are false. They added that the undersecretary of the ministry cannot take a decision contrary to that of the Cabinet.

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