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Set up camp near border for law-breaking Bedoun: MP

KUWAIT CITY, April 18: MP Nabeel Al-Fadhel has suggested Ministry of Interior to allocate an area near the country’s borders for constructing a camp similar to the Rafha Camp in Saudi Arabia and equipping it with all necessary amenities for lodging illegal residents (Bedoun) who are law offenders and sentenced to deportation, reports Al-Rai daily. He stressed that the country has recently been witnessing increased violations of law and aggressiveness towards the authorities by some illegal residents due to the failure of the country in handling their issue. MP Al-Fadhel indicated the conviction of illegal residents that the country cannot deport them, wondering whether it is rational for the country to continue disregarding this issue, which has become uncontrollable.

A member of the Municipal Council Abdullah Al-Kandari says the new location of Amghara Scrapyard in Al-Naeem area is devoid of the facilities and amenities that are required by the workers, reports Al-Qabas daily. He lamented that the concerned authorities are unconcerned about the lack of infrastructure and services in the new location even though they were given sufficient time to ensure all necessary amenities were available in the new location. He urged the concerned authorities to provide necessary health and security facilities for the protection of the workers especially since the nearest medical center is more than 60 kms away. Director of the Media Department at the National Assembly Mizfar Abdullah has affirmed there is no problem in the legislature but some people have been trying to realize certain objectives with the support of the administration, Parliament Office and the secretary general, reports Al-Nahar daily.

On the other hand, Abdullah enumerated some of the achievements of the Assembly like the unification of the identification cards of journalists, keeping the public informed on parliamentary activities through the social networking sites, and improvement of actual participation in the celebration of the annual Constitution Day. Meanwhile, he admitted the relationship between the administration and the journalists is not always good and positive due to the fact that the latter represent an important media body; transmitting whatever happens in the Parliament to the audience. Moreover, he added the proposal to establish a special parliamentary channel is still under study. He said the public may post their suggestions or comments to improve services through the website created for this purpose.

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