105 graduates vie for the position of Junior Legal Researcher

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KUWAIT CITY, Nov 4: The Attorney General Counselor Saad Al-Safran announced the acceptance of the largest number of applicants for the position of junior legal researcher “prosecutor” in the history of the Public Prosecution this year.

This comes in response to the directives of the political leadership regarding the Kuwaitization of the Kuwaiti judiciary according to a specific plan and decreed approach.

The Ministry of Justice confirmed in a statement that 105 applicants had been accepted for the position of “junior legal researcher,” who qualifies for the position of Deputy Prosecutor (C) at the Public Prosecution Office, after passing the written tests and personal interviews.

The sources indicated that those who were accepted must visit the Department of Judges and Members of Public Prosecution Affairs in the Administrative Affairs Department at the Ministries Complex, to complete their appointment procedures within 60 days.

On the other hand, parliamentary reactions objecting to the admission mechanism in the Public Prosecution continued, as parliamentary sources informed Al-Seyassah that they asked His Highness the Prime Minister Sheikh Ahmed Al-Nawaf, on the sidelines of the last National Assembly session, to personally intervene to correct what the sources described as ‘unconstitutional selectivity’ in this file.

The sources added: During the session, representatives sent indirect messages warning against harming national unity, but they did not directly mention the prosecution’s admission decisions because they were promised by higher authorities to follow up and verify this matter, and they (the MPs) are waiting to find out the results of this follow-up before taking any constitutional measures that may lead to grilling of the concerned minister.

In turn, MP Abdul Karim Al-Kandari asked: How can the path of justice be straightened when it begins with injustice? He stressed that excluding those with high grades and those who passed tests and interviews and accepting those who scored the lowest marks among them is a disaster that cannot be tolerated.

Addressing the Minister of Justice, he added: The differentiation between the components of society was evident in the prosecution’s acceptance, which came at the behest of interference by some who are trying to divide Kuwaitis into classes at the expense of the competent people who were wronged and excluded from the lists.

He said the door of grievances must be opened to those who have suffered as a result of this injustice, saying all appointments must be done without discrimination.

By Jaber Al-Hamoud

Al-Seyassah/Arab Times Staff

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