‘Can sell flowers, plants with sweets’

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KUWAIT CITY, Oct 16: The Municipal Council, during its regular session yesterday headed by Khaled Al-Mutairi, declared article 25 twice against the objection of the Minister of State for Municipal Affairs Hussam Al-Shoula to the proposal of the Chairman of the Municipal Council Abdullah Al-Mahri for creating a walkway in Qadisiya area, and the proposal of member Alia Al-Faresi for incorporating cleaners in the municipal structure in Kuwait City in Capital Governorate.

The Municipal Council approved the proposal of the Chairman of the Municipal Council Abdullah Al-Mahri, and a member Farah Al-Roumi for adding the activity of selling flowers and plants to the activity of sweets in commercial areas and buildings for commercial use. It also approved the proposal of a member Abdullatif Al-Daei to provide buses for visitors to cemeteries.

The proposal of a member Nasser Al-Jada’an was also approved for the establishment of a pedestrian bridge on Al-Aqsa Mosque Street between Salwa and Rumaithiya areas, provided that the approval of the Ministry of Interior is obtained. When the Municipal Council discussed the building regulations, the Acting Director General of the Kuwait Municipality Saud Al-Dabbous urged the joint committee consisting of the technical, legal, and financial committees to quickly approve the part related to private housing in the building regulations, and allow the resolution of the problems related to it in order to advance the work within its framework in the municipality.

In this regard, the Chairman of the joint committee Dr. Hassan Kamal said, “By discussing and examining the private housing regulations, we balance the actual situation with the chaos in construction, and call for not to rush in discussing the regulations, because they outline the future architectural framework for the country in the next thirty years.”

The Municipal Council approved the proposal of a member Munira Al-Amir for setting a time limit for the period of handing over the privatization sites to government agencies. After a detailed review of the existing procedures and problems that the parties concerned with the privatization operations may face, the Municipal Council approved an amendment to its previous decision issued on August 27, 2013 regarding privatization by deleting the second item, and its amendment specifies the time period allocated for the implementation of government projects to six years from the date of handover of the site.

By Inass Awad
Al-Seyassah/Arab Times Staff

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