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‘Cast your vote in by-poll to elect deserving candidates’ Don’t ignore rotten food case: MP

KUWAIT CITY, May 28: MP Abdulrahman Al- Jeeran, a Member of Parliament’s Legal and Legislative Affairs Committee stressed the need to spread awareness about the importance of participating in the upcoming parliamentary by-elections so that qualified candidates are chosen to occupy the parliamentary vacancies, reports Al- Seyassah daily. He indicated that many achievements will be accomplished in the coming phase through governmental- parliamentary cooperation, praising some positive indications noted in many governmental bodies.

However, MP Al-Jeeran stressed that Ministry of Education requires a qualified individual from the educational field who is aware of the difficulties and obstacles that will be encountered in the path of achieving goals.

Meanwhile, Deputy National Assembly Speaker Mubarak Al- Khurainij said the Acting Minister of Education must not ignore the case of rotten food provided to students, as this dangerous issue must be referred to the concerned authorities for investigations so that people responsible for this issue are penalized.

He also demanded allowing Kuwaiti students to register in the Arab Technology Academy called ‘Alexandria Marine Academy’, which is affiliated to the Arab Open University especially since Kuwait is financially supporting the institution. In addition, MP Khalil Al-Saleh stressed the need for the government to pay indemnities equally to all Kuwaiti employees as implemented in the private sector and award employees for their long years of service in the governmental bodies.

He explained that he had voiced this demand during the last parliamentary elections, urging the government to adopt principles of justice and fairness because it is not acceptable to oppress employees’ rights. He added that excuses for not solving this issue will not be tolerated.

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