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KUWAIT CITY, Jan 19: The Director-General of the Kuwait Municipality, Eng. Ahmad Al-Manfouhi stressed on the need to seek support for Kuwaiti youth and find job opportunities for them by including the technical and special conditions for the projects to be put forward, so that the number of Kuwaitis in the technical supervisory or advisory staff is not less than 50% for each contract, reports Al-Qabas daily. Al-Manfouhi called, in a circular he issued regarding the technical supervisory staff for special contracts in the municipality, to put the necessary fines in the penalties clause in the contracts for each day in the event that the contractor does not comply with the specified percentage, taking into account the accuracy in choosing the members of the technical staff of the consulting office and the contractor.
On the other hand, Al-Manfouhi issued a decision to form a working group to audit the regulatory opinions of the governorates of “the Capital, Hawally and Mubarak Al-Kabeer”, headed by the Superintendent of Organizational Projects Abdulaziz Al-Mashaan, so that the team reviews the organizational opinions in these governorates, and all the decisions of the Municipal Council and the requirements, regulations and laws related to the opinion. organizational. Al-Manfouhi issued a decision to form a committee to review the English reports on the fourth master plan project for the State of Kuwait, headed by Eng. Sabeeka Al-Khalid, so that the team completes the review of the draft of all the final reports of the project in Arabic, which are 52 reports.
Meanwhile, the Ministry of Justice has asked the Kuwait Municipality to allocate land in the Jahra Governorate, for the construction of the court complex building for the city of Al-Mutla’a, reports Al- Qabas daily. In a letter addressed to the municipality, the Ministry indicated this is due to the urban expansion in the Jahra Governorate, which includes the city of Al-Mutla’a, which contains 28,288 housing units, distributed over an area of 10,261 hectares; as well as the South Sa’ad Al-Abdullah City project, which contains 22,152 housing units, distributed over an area of 6,442 hectares; in addition to the future projects of the Public Authority for Housing Welfare in the Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad city, which contains 52 thousand units, distributed over 12,710 hectares. The Ministry said the construction of the court complex building project in the city of Al-Mutla’a should be on an area of no less than 20 thousand square meters, of which 10 thousand square meters for the court complex, 5 thousand square meters for the family court building, and 5 thousand square meters for parking.