KUWAIT CITY, Nov 3: Statistics issued by the Interior Ministry show 413 expatriates were administratively deported since the beginning of 2015 until yesterday, reports Al-Rai daily. The daily added, according to these statistics 297 of the deportees were driving without licenses, and others for serious violations of traffic laws. Sources explained the administrative deportation is only within the authority of the Minister of Interior.
The sources also said none of expatriates will be deported without a detailed report on the type of violation he/she has committed. The sources disclosed the administrative deportation applies to three cases such as driving without license, disturbing law and order through repeated harassments or quarrels and gathering or engaging in religious or political issues.
Citations against 9 sports cars: The Jahra police during an extensive campaign in the morning and afternoon in a number of areas has issued citations against nine sports cars for violating traffic laws, reports Al-Anba daily. A security source said the police also carried out a campaign in the Jahra Industrial Area and Taima and issued 62 citations and arrested three people for not carrying identification documents.
Police arrest 2 citizens: The Jahra police have arrested two Kuwaitis who had been sentenced in absentia to 99 and 98 years respectively, reports Al-Shahed daily. The daily without going into details said they have been referred to the Sentences Enforcement Department.
Fake certs holders ‘non-Kuwaitis’: Minister of Education and Minister of Higher Education Dr Bader Al-Essa has announced those holding counterfeit graduation certificates declared by the National Apparatus for Academic Accreditation and Quality Assurance of Education yesterday are all non- Kuwaitis and that 99 percent of them work in the private sector, reports Al- Jarida daily. Al-Essa confirmed none of these holders of fake certificates teach either at the Kuwait University or the Public Authority for Applied Education and Training.