Add News     Print  
Article List
‘Transform Ministries Complex into medical facility for patients’ Municipal employees to face legal action over missing files

KUWAIT CITY, June 20: MP Abdulrahman Al-Jeeran has suggested converting the Ministries Complex into a medical complex due to the increasing number of patients and long length of waiting period in hospitals and clinics, reports Alam Alyawm daily. He said the Ministries Complex has the infrastructure and capacities required for establishing and running specialized medical clinics for diagnosing and treating patients within few days.

Meanwhile, MP Al-Jeeran also suggested establishing a blood bank in every governorate. He stressed the difficulties people face with just one blood bank, which experiences congestion most of the time, adding that creation of blood banks in every governorate will facilitate the procedure of transferring blood to the hospitals. In another development, MP Al-Jeeran condemned the attacks on Muslims in Sri Lanka and criticized the Sri Lankan government for its failure to handle the issue and protect the people. He urged all international human rights organizations to help the Muslims who face oppression from Buddhists.

Meanwhile, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Commerce and Industry Dr. Abdulmohsen Al-Madaj said Thursday his ministry is working with the parliamentary committee probing the claims of irregularities by the Capital Market Authority (CAM). “In my capacity as supervisor of CAM, I work with the committee within the legal and constitutional frameworks,” he told reporters following a meeting by the committee at the National Assembly. “There are constitution and law from which we cannot deviate.

We responded to the request of the probe committee for information. “There are some lacking in the information and we promised the MPs in the presence of the CAM President Saleh Al-Falah to provide them as per the provisions of the law and constitution,” the minister affirmed. On his part, chairman of the committee Dr. Abdullah Al- Tereiji said his committee has finalized its initial report which accuses CAM president of noncooperation and points to fraudulent practices by CAM executives. Ahead of its meeting, the committee said earlier today it would probe the claims of irregularities in the nominations for leading CAM positions and violations of the CAM internal statutes.

Read By: 8210
Comments: 0

You must login to add comments ...
About Us   |   RSS   |   Contact Us   |   Feedback   |   Advertise With Us