If solutions are not found some may end up in jail

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KUWAIT CITY, Aug 14: A member of the Parliamentary Business Environment and Small Enterprises Committee, Dawood Marafi, has emphasized on the significance of the proposed amendment to the National Fund for Small and Medium Enterprises Development Law, highlighting its role in safeguarding entrepreneurs, reports Al-Rai daily. In the meantime, he has given suggestions how to brighten the business landscape while stressing at the same time that he doesn’t receive funding from the fund and has no personal interest; rather, recognizes the “existing challenges” faced by people on the ground, stressing the potential consequences of not amending the law, including the potential dispersal of families.

If solutions are not found some young people may go to prison, and people will be afraid of initiatives He told “On the Agenda” program, that his rationale for rejecting the state’s general budget and the government’s action plan. His rejection stemmed from the way the program was presented, lacking the anticipated alignment with the overall government agenda before budget discussions. He went on to say, “The unfortunate aspect is that the government introduced the budget in this manner without integrating it with the government’s action plan.”

He noted that the government should be accountable based on the action plan it put forward over a four-year period. Thus, his rejection of the budget followed naturally from the misalignment,” and underlined that his role isn’t solely about rejecting proposals; rather, he aims to course correct. According to him, the government’s action plan should intricately link with the budget and its aspects. He found deficiencies in the plan, which led to his rejection

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