Get rid of ‘idle’ employees – ‘Impose prestige of law’

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KUWAIT CITY, Jan 15: The coordination committee in the Kuwait Municipality stressed on the need to get rid of idle employees excluding idle who work as judicial police but have nothing to show in terms of achievement, while at the same time activating the oversight role to ensure the imposition of the prestige of the law, and the application of all municipal regulations against violators, reports Al-Qabas daily. An informed source told the daily that the committee during in its meeting, which it held under the chairmanship of the Director General of the Municipality, Eng. Ahmad Al-Manfouhi, touched on the latest developments related to electronic systems to indicate the extent to which the municipality branches complete transactions with the necessary speed.

In this regard, the daily added, the following has been noted that there are a number of late transactions in the municipality’s branches related to description certificates, building permits, and electric current connection; some branches oblige visitors to submit a lease contract document before approving the issuance of a commercial license, even though the opinion of the Fatwa and Legislation Department dated February 23, 2022, ended the competence of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry to examine and check the data and documents which are being submitted to obtain a license.

The source said that the Director General of the municipality stressed the need for the heads of sectors to follow up on the extent of commitment of the administrative units affiliated to their sectors to implement laws and regulations, indicating that it was decided to recommend the following:

• Assigning the municipality’s branches to abide by what was stated in the opinion of the Fatwa and Legislation Department that puts an end to the competence of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry to examine and review the data and documents submitted by the concerned parties to obtain a commercial license before sending them electronically to the municipality to express the technical opinion and assign the heads of the branches’ sectors to follow up on the implementation.

• Assigning the Deputy Director General of the Development and Information Sector to submit a periodic report every two weeks, for presentation to the Coordinating Committee, on the extent of the commitment of the departments affiliated with the municipal branches in the concerned governorates to the completion of electronic licenses on time, provided that the report includes a comparative table of the total licenses in each branch, and the date of their referral to the employee and what has been accomplished of it and the delay and the number of days of delay.

• Assign heads of sectors of municipal branches in the governorates during the month of direct daily monitoring and follow-up to verify the extent to which departments complete transactions on automated systems by the concerned employees, identify the cause of the delay, and submit a report to the Director General of the municipality to refer the culprit to investigation.

• Follow-up of the actions taken by the administrative units affiliated to their sectors towards improving the quality of services.

• View the procedures and work plans taken by the administrative units to activate the oversight role and the extent of commitment to implement them to ensure the imposition of the prestige of the law and the application of all municipal regulations against violators

• Following up on the achievements of the employees who hold judicial control, and excluding the inactive ones who have made no achievement.

• Conducting field trips to see the level of services within the areas of the sector.

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