Separate Islamic Studies and Holy Quran Subjects in Education

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KUWAIT CITY, Jan 22: MP Muhammad Hayef has submitted a proposal to separate the Islamic Studies subject from the Holy Quran subject in all educational stages. He clarified that the proposal aims to give the students a chance to study and memorize the Holy Quran thoroughly and learn how to recite its verses properly. He pointed out that studying the Holy Quran develops the students’ capabilities, especially in terms of training their brains to recall the information systematically.

On the other hand, the bill on amending the First Instance Court Law has been referred to the Parliamentary Legal and Legislative Affairs Committee for deliberation. The bill stipulates reducing the number of accumulated cases at the First Instance Court by increasing the fee for requesting the suspension of the implementation of verdicts from KD10 to KD30, preventing the appeal of verdicts at the Court of Cassation if the amount involved in the case is lower than KD30,000. The bill also prevents filing cases regarding administrative disputes if the money involved is lower than KD5,000.

Moreover, the Digitalization and Cybersecurity Committee recently discussed the bill on the establishment of the Public Authority for Artificial Intelligence. The committee stressed the need to ensure this bill is flexible to guarantee the continuous progress of artificial intelligence and to meet the growing demands in this field, including the full digitalization of the government.

In another development, MP Shuaib Al-Muwaizri forwarded queries to Minister of Justice, Endowments and Islamic Affairs Faisal Saeed Al-Ghareeb about the delayed issuance of the executive regulations of Election Law number 120/2023, considering the law was published in the Official Gazette on Aug 28, 2023 – more than five months ago. He also inquired about the delayed formation of the Higher Elections Commission and the appointment of its secretary general, assistant secretary general and members. He warned about the unconstitutionality of the absence of the commission, as it could lead to the nullification of elections by the Constitutional Court.

By Saeed Mahmoud Saleh
Al-Seyassah/Arab Times Staff

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