Kuwait intensifies crackdown on residential offenses

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KUWAIT CITY, June 19: First Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Defense, and Minister of Interior Sheikh Fahad Yousef Saud Al-Sabah conducted a security inspection in the Hawalli area on Tuesday to address residential violations, as part of ongoing efforts to enforce the law impartially. Sheikh Fahd Al-Yousef emphasized, according to a statement from the Ministry of Interior, the zero-tolerance policy towards violators driven solely by financial gain, disregarding the rights of workers. He underscored that the law applies universally and will be rigorously enforced without exceptions.

Interior Minister Sheikh Fahd Yousef with number of security officers checks one of the buildings in Hawalli

Furthermore, Sheikh Fahd Al-Yousef highlighted the imperative to rectify all residential violations and ensure compliance with property regulations, particularly those misused for purposes other than their designated intent. Earlier in the day, the Minister of Interior had visited a shelter center for individuals violating the country’s residency and work laws (Article 20), as part of his comprehensive inspections across ministry sectors. In a press statement, Sheikh Fahd Al-Yousef expressed commitment to enhancing the living conditions at the shelter center, ensuring adequate provisions, and expediting procedures for the departure of its residents from the country. He commended the collaborative efforts of local entities in supporting the Interior Ministry to equip the center, while emphasizing the stringent security measures and decent living conditions provided therein. (KUNA)

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