CSC allegedly stops appointments in DGCA, rejects those nominated

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KUWAIT CITY, April 16: According to an informed source, the Civil Service Commission (CSC) suspended the appointment process in the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) and rejected candidates. He explained that CSC recently addressed DGCA to confirm the cancellation of those nominated to work in the central employment system and hold administrative and technical qualifications not allocated to the entity at all levels.

CSC also requested that it be informed of the technical qualifications and specializations required to be canceled, especially since there are technical specializations designated for civil aviation, including ground pilotage, a diploma in aircraft maintenance, avionics, a diploma in engines and structures, meteorology, and others.

DGCA had previously addressed CSC regarding stopping the appointment process and returning all nominations received to the central employment system. More than 100 citizens had their nominations returned to the pilotage, especially since some of them had undergone medical examinations and interviews. The source indicated that some of the nominations were from former ministers, including the elected ones, who issued nomination letters in large numbers without clear criteria and controls for employment, which increased the density of the number of employees.

By Mohammad Al-Misleh
Al-Seyassah/Arab Times Staff and Agencies

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