KUWAIT CITY, Nov 3: The General Authority for Manpower inspected closed shops in Farwaniya area which resulted in closure of 53 shops with commercial licenses registered 795 expat workers reports Al Rai.
The General Authority for Manpower, in a press statement said “In accordance with the powers vested in the Committee will continue to inspect the shops subsequently proved closed, in accordance with the records that have been edited in this regard, in accordance with the provisions of the law and in preparation for taking the required procedures towards the owners of these stores, after Ensure that they do not carry out authorized commercial activities, in accordance with the addresses mentioned in their licenses issued by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, in addition to the measures that will be taken either in the face of the registered labor on those shops or the labor that has been appreciated to the owners of these stores”.
The Deputy Director of the Commission for the Protection of Manpower and Chairman of the Committee, Dr. Mubarak Al-Azmi, said “the Committee is working according to the approved lines by the bodies represented in each according to the competence, and that the Committee will continue its procedures within the province of Al-Farounia, and then move to all governorates of Kuwait, during the coming period, “The irregularities monitored through inspection are one of the most important streams of bulk labor.”
Al-Azmi called on the employers, from the owners of closed shops, to initiate the avoidance of the causes of the violation in order to avoid falling under the legal procedures prescribed in this regard, and thanked all representatives of the participating bodies for what was achieved during the first round of inspection rounds of the Committee, within the framework of fruitful and positive coordination. Between these actors.
The committee was formed by the decision of the Minister of State for Economic Affairs Mariam Al-Aqeel, and was issued on the recommendation of the Supreme Committee to address the imbalances of the demographics