Kuwait

‘Shelter can take in mistreated workers’ – One of best in Mideast

KUWAIT CITY, April 16: The Shelter for Expatriate Workers can achieve the purpose of its establishment in the form of accommodating workers who are mistreated by their employers, says Deputy Director General for Manpower Protection Affairs at Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) Abdullah Al-Mutawtah, reports Al-Jarida daily. Al-Mutawtah declared the …

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MPs submit grilling request on oil

KUWAIT CITY, April 16: The Finance and Economic Committee of the National Assembly, has given nod for voluntary retirement for men who have served the nation in government service for 30 years and women 25 years without age condition. After the meeting Rapporteur of the Committee Saleh Ashour said the …

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Some MPs submit proposal to curb restrictions on judiciary

Accept the rulings of court irrespectively: Al-Subai’e KUWAIT CITY, April 16: MP Al-Humaidhi Al- Subai’e affirmed that calls to impose control of the judiciary administration on all administration decisions without exemption such as issues related to citizenship, administrational deportation and houses of worship are regarded as an indication of the …

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‘Interior to carry out extensive reshuffle, transfer in few weeks’

‘Asst undersecretaries, directors general’ KUWAIT CITY, April 16: Indications are rife that the Ministry of Interior will carry out an extensive reshuffling and transfer within the next few weeks, which will cover all sectors. The decision affects assistant undersecretaries, directors general and their deputies, reports Al-Qabas daily. A knowledgeable source …

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Kuwait is not immune to quakes

KUWAIT CITY, April 16: Kuwaiti Earthquake Expert Dr Firyal Bou Rabea affirmed that Kuwait is not immune to earthquakes, and that destructive earthquakes can happen any time in Kuwait, reports Al-Qabas daily. In an interview, she indicated that no part of the world is safe from earthquakes, ruling out that …

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Remittance tax on agenda – Fee in exchange for providing services to Expats

IMF Section 2 – Article 8 “No member may impose restrictions without the approval of the International Monetary Fund on payments and remittances in respect of current international transactions” KUWAIT CITY, April 15: The thirty-first report of the National Assembly’s Finance and Economic Committee on bills on taxation of expatriate …

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Freeze looms on 3,108 expat contracts

KUWAIT CITY, April 15: The Civil Service Commission (CSC) plans to freeze 3,108 contracts of expatriates by July 1 to make way for the Kuwaiti ministries and government institutions to recruit Kuwaitis, reports Al- Rai daily. The move is part of the government’s strategy to give Kuwaitis more employment opportunities. …

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Fatwa issues legal opinion on panel’s findings on fake certificates

Report affirms American University in Athens fake KUWAIT CITY, April 15: Concerning the issue of fake certificates obtained by eight lecturers of the Public Authority for Applied Education and Training (PAAET), the Fatwa and Legislation Department has issued a report with its legal opinion in this regard, says Al-Qabas daily …

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AMIR VOWS RELENTLESS EFFORTS TO DEFEND ARAB CAUSES

‘Arab sky overcast, action stagnant’ – Saudi King slams Iran interference DHAHRAN, April 15, (Agencies): Sky of our Arab nation is overcast; joint action is stagnant if not paralyzed at times, His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah said on Sunday. The remark came at the beginning of His …

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Economists say early retirement bill will have negative consequences

‘Solving a problem should not happen by creating a bigger problem’ KUWAIT CITY, April 15: A number of economists revealed their objection to the implementation of the early retirement bill in terms of its high cost and negative consequences, reports Aljarida daily. Executive Chairman of National Bank of Kuwait Essam …

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