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PACA law unconstitutional: Court – LAW NOT QUALIFIED UNDER DECREE OF NE

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 20: The Constitutional Court has ruled that Legislative Decree No. 24/2012 on the establishment of the Public Anti- Corruption Authority (PACA) and the provisions on financial disclosure is unconstitutional. In a session chaired by Judge Yusuf Al-Mutawa on Sunday, the court explained that the decree “is not …

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Government keen on fighting corruption: Minister Al-Sanea – ‘New law presented to authority’

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 16, (KUNA): The government under guidance of His Highness the Prime minister Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah is moving forward in the fight against corruption, said Minister of Justice and Minister of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs Yaqoub Al-Sanea on Wednesday. Speaking to journalists on sidelines of the …

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Anti-corruption agency seeks closer cooperation with IACA

VIENNA, Dec 13, (KUNA): Kuwaiti Minister of Justice and Minister of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs Yaqoub Al- Sane’ met with Dean and Executive Secretary of the International Anti- Corruption Academy (IACA) Martin Kreutner on Saturday. The meeting, hosted by Kuwait Embassy, gathered also Chairman of Kuwait Anti-Corruption Authority (KACA) Justice …

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Parliament set to vote in 1st & 2nd readings on changes to Anti-Corruption Authority Law

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 10: The Parliament will vote on the proposed amendments to the Anti-Corruption Authority Law in the first and second readings on Tuesday even if the government fails to meet the deadline for submitting its recommendations, says MP Ahmed Al-Qudaibi. In a press statement, Al-Qudaibi clarified the government …

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‘Kuwait’s anti-graft body to work with GCC counterparts’

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 14, (KUNA): Kuwait Anti- Corruption Authority is willing to work with other GCC entities to reinforce justice and equality in the region, said an official here Saturday. After his meeting with Executive of the Saudi National Anti-Corruption Authority (NAZAHA) Dr Salem Al-Farhan, head of the Kuwaiti authority …

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Jobs at risk – ‘Declare assets’

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 5: Secretary General of Kuwait Anti-Corruption Authority Ahmad Al-Remaihi affirmed that officials who fail to submit their financial disclosures on time could face penalty up to three-year imprisonment and dismissal from their jobs, reports Al- Anba daily. He said, out of the 7629 officials listed for submission …

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