Monday , November 20 2017

Efficiency of expats under scrutiny – ‘Family fund law active soon’

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 14: The Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) has begun to test the efficiency of expatriates working in the public sector, beginning with the Ministry of Education and included private and qualitative education, reports Al- Anba daily.

The sources added about 227 teachers in the two sectors have passed the test, 200 of them passed the test the first time and the rest will take re-test and in case of failure, will be tested for the third time following which the contract will be terminated and sent back to the country of origin.

The sources revealed the tests will include all educational professions, in addition to the electricians, airconditioning technicians and nursing staff.

Meanwhile, the Minister of State for National Assembly Affairs and Minister of Justice Dr Falah Al-Azab said that the implementation of the Family Fund Law will start on Nov 1, 2017, reports Al-Anba daily.

The daily added, the fund will become effective two years after it was passed. The state has allocated KD 3 million to this fund to benefit those who are affected by the social circumstances.

The daily pointed the money will be made available based on the verdict given by the Family Court in issues such as alimony and other members of the family who may be the beneficiaries.

He said, the money will be given following the court verdict in coordination with Supreme Judiciary Council. And, the Minister of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs has called on the media to check of the authenticity of the reports being published, reports Al- Anba daily.

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