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Al-Sabeeh to meet workers of Secretariat-General today Officials asked to prep report on problems hindering work

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 11: Minister of Social Affairs and Labor and State Minister for Planning Affairs Hind Al-Sabeeh has started taking steps to improve the situation in the Secretariat General of the State Ministry for Planning, reports Al- Seyassah daily. In a recent press statement, Al- Sabeeh disclosed she discussed the issue with Secretary General Dr Adel Al-Waqyan and a number of officials. She asked the officials to prepare comprehensive reports on the problems and obstacles to the implementation of vital development projects.

She also announced her plan to meet the employees on Sunday to listen to their demands. She promised to deal with the employees fairly in accordance with the law, away from discrimination. She also affirmed her commitment to implement the work program of the government in line with the authority’s vision to have achievements and to realize the ambitions of the people.

In another development, Minister of Public Works Abdul Aziz Al-Ibrahim has stressed the need to remove pebbles and loose asphalt scattered on the roads as they pose a grave threat to motorists, reports Al-Anba daily quoting sources. Sources confirmed the formation of a committee to investigate the issue, especially since it has caused many problems including damages to windows and paint of many vehicles. Sources disclosed the preliminary results of the study showed the main cause of the problems is the weak supervision of asphalting works in most roads. Sources pointed out those in charge of such projects have failed to comply with the specified heat for the asphalt - 120 degrees - during the paving process. Health Minister Dr Ali Al-Obeidi has vehemently denied rumors on the reshuffling of officials in the ministry, reports Al-Anba daily.

Speaking to the press recently, Al- Obeidi asserted his focus now is to cooperate with all administrative and technical personnel in the ministry to work in the interest of the citizens and to improve the health services; indicating he sees no need to restructure the institution at the moment. On the purported formation of new departments, he unveiled a plan to carry out this step and many others for the benefit of the public

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