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Kuwaiti fined for denying ex-wife job offer Bid to leave on brother’s ID foiled

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 1: The Civil Court has ordered a Kuwaiti citizen to pay a fine of KD 3,000 for denying his former wife an opportunity for employment without her knowledge when he specified in the application form of Civil Service Commission that she is not interested in a government job.

The plaintiff counsel Humoud Al-Roudhan filed a case against his client’s ex-husband, stressing that his client had discovered by mere coincidence of her ex-husband action, which denied her the employment she was desperately seeking. He urged the court to order the defendant to pay compensation for the emotional and materials harms she sustained, adding that she was mistreated by the defendant, which was the reason why she divorced him.

Meanwhile, security operatives at a checkpoint in Salmi apprehended a citizen in the company of his friend who tried to leave the country on his brother’s ID card, reports Al-Seyassah daily. Sources said security operatives discovered the ID didn’t belong to the holder during the routine check at the border exit. Later, they found out the citizen was trying to leave the country on his brother’s ID. He was referred to Jahra police station and a case of forgery was registered against him. He is reportedly banned from traveling.

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