Riyadh Al-Adasani called Ministry officials for a committee to discuss about building towns especially to house expatriate workers, as some of them at present, stay in family-populated areas, causing trouble. Adasani said the government had signed contracts with major consortia to build towns to house expatriate workers, in, which, some of them are already built but remains vacant for no reason.There are around 3.2 million expatriates in Kuwait along with 1.4 million citizens.
Five lawmakers last day, submitted a proposal calling for a parliamentary committee to probe the issue of fake university degrees and the lack of sufficient preparations by the education ministry ahead of the start of the new school year. The lawmakers said several schools has limited air-conditioning, sewage and other basic services. They demanded the formation of a three-member committee to investigate these two issues and present its report within three months. The committee will be formed by next month.
Meanwhile, Islamist opposition MP Mohammad Hayef yesterday charged that many immoral activities are being carried at few massage shops. He said that the interior ministry has not yet shown sufficient cooperation on this issue and suggested to allow only clinics to provide massage services under strict supervision.
Courtesy: Kuwait Times