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Tag Archives: protest

Workers demand more allowances

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 7: A delegation from the Workers Syndicate in Kuwait Municipality met Chairman of the Government Performance Follow-up Agency Sheikh Ahmad Meshaal Al-Ahmad in his office at Al-Seif Palace. Board Chairman of the syndicate Mohammad Al-Arada affirmed that they discussed issues concerning workers at the Municipality. During the …

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MGRP employees plan strikes to protest against merger with PAM

Strike will be legal as per conditions set by court KUWAIT CITY, May 27: Nearly 400 employees of Manpower and Government Restructuring Program (MGRP) plan to conduct a strike to protest against the merger of MGRP and Public Authority for Manpower, and the lack of response towards their demands, reports …

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PAM employees strike for an hour to protest ‘non-parity’ with MGRP staff

KUWAIT CITY, April 23: Employees of Public Authority for Manpower carried out a one-hour strike to protest the non-parity with the employees of Manpower and Government Restructuring Program (MGRP) in terms of bonuses and allowances, reports Al-Rai daily. At the same time, Deputy Director for Financial and Human Resources Department …

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Cleaning staff protest late salaries – Company violates rules

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 18: Scores of cleaning workers from a company that manages cleaning activities at buildings and edifices of the Municipal branches in various governorates gathered in front of the main Kuwait Municipality building to protest against late salary payment. The laborers threatened to embark on a strike if …

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Workers protest increase in working hours – Bangladeshi found dead on Abdali Road

KUWAIT CITY, July 2: The corpse of a 1966-born Bangladeshi expatriate was discovered on Abdali Road Kilo-mark 59. According to security sources, when the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior received information about the discovery of a corpse, securitymen and paramedics rushed to the scene. Preliminary investigations revealed that the …

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Over 120 engineers, technicians protest non-payment of salaries

KUWAIT CITY, May 2: More than 120 engineers and technicians of a contracting company working for Ministry of Electricity and Water subcontract demonstrated because they have not been paid their salaries for two months, reports Al-Anba daily. According to security sources, the ministry is suffering from shortage of such manpower …

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Tunisians protest murder blamed on Israel

Tunis, Dec 20, 2016 (AFP) – Hundreds protested in Tunis on Tuesday over the murder of a Tunisian engineer last week that Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas has blamed on Israel. Mohamed Zaouari, 49, was murdered at the wheel of his car outside his house in Tunisia’s second city Sfax on …

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MPs LEAD PROTEST AT RUSSIAN EMBASSY – Kuwait urges Security Council to act

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 14: The State of Kuwait on Wednesday called on the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to shoulder “its historic responsibility and stop the blood shedding” in the embattled Syrian city of Aleppo. The State of Kuwait, which has followed up “with deep concern and pain, the tragic …

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MoE service workers refuse to carry out orders; Cleaning workers protest to work salaries not paid for three consecutive months

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 19: Director of Farwaniya Educational Area Jassem Bu Hamad blew the whistle on the downside of employing service workers in the schools of the Ministry of Education, reports Al-Rai daily. He confirmed receiving several complaints from some schools regarding service workers who refuse to carry out orders, …

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UK police arrest nearly 50 at Anonymous protest in London

LONDON, Nov 5 (Reuters) – British police said they arrested 47 people on Saturday at an anti-capitalism demonstration in central London organised by the Anonymous hacking group. Hundreds of protesters, many of them masked, took part in the protest which began in Trafalgar Square and moved to parliament. Demonstrators chanted …

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