KUWAIT CITY, June 7: The Cleaning Committee at Kuwait Municipality recently discussed the conditions of a cleaning company that signed a contract with the Municipality to maintain cleanliness in Jahra Governorate, reports Al-Rai daily quoting sources. Sources said the committee also talked about the accumulation of waste in front of houses in the last few days. Sources added the committee obtained a pledge from the company to pay the salaries of workers on time. Sources denied rumors about the termination of the contract; pointing out the company’s machine, equipment and workers have been visible on the streets since Thursday morning.
Sources affirmed the company paid the delayed salaries of workers (three months), asserting the Municipality is keen on applying the law and imposing fine on the company as per the contract. “We will continue to impose fine until the residency permits of all workers are transferred,” sources concluded. The Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Justice, and Minister of State for Promoting Integrity, Abdullah Al-Roumi, has referred to the National Assembly a report about institutions that have public money issues, complete with data of each case, reports Al-Rai daily. The report shows there are 5 government agencies that are involved in public money issues