KUWAIT CITY, April 11: Kuwait Municipality announced on Thursday that it would provide 11 modern vehicles to transport corpses from hospitals and health centers to land and air borders. Director of Funeral Affairs at the Municipality, Dr Faisal Al-Awadhi, said in a press release that the administration is keen to provide all services to the families of the dead, both citizens and residents.
KUWAIT CITY, April 10: The Ministry of the Interior has withdrawn thousands of driving licenses from expatriates who have changed their profession and obtained driving licenses in illegal ways reports Alseyassah daily.
Sources confirmed that dozens of driving licenses were issued from various traffic department in illegal way daily basis. Action has been taken on officers who were involved. Ministry has withdrawn total of 37,000 driving licenses due to violation of traffic laws and change in profession from Jan 2015 – 2018.
To obtain driving license expats have to go through lengthy process and those who meet salary requirement of KD 600, type of profession, graduation degree and residence in Kuwait for 2 yrs driving license is issued. It has been found that expats have been obtaining driving license in illegal ways by cheating on type of profession to acquire license and were caught during renewal of license as residence renewal reflected that besides changing company their designation also were changed.
Licenses are issued for several exceptions such as wife of the Kuwaiti woman who is widow or divorced, woman who have children, professional players, drivers, members of nursing bodies, pilots, captains, besides these
Judges, prosecutors, consultants, experts, faculty members of universities, journalists, doctors, pharmacists, engineers, teachers, social workers, researchers, mosque imams and sports trainers are issued. The categories excluded from the term of residence are general managers and their assistants and Accountants.
By Hani Abu Shanab, Al Seyassah staff
Source: Arab Times
Speaker sends congratulations
KUWAIT CITY, March 23, (KUNA): His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al- Jaber Al-Sabah has addressed a cable to Pakistani President Arif Alvi on his country’s National Day.
His Highnesses the Crown Prince and Prime Minister, respectively Sheikh Nawaf Al- Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah and Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak Al- Hamad Al-Sabah, sent identical cables to the Pakistani president.
Also, National Assembly Speaker Marzouq Ali Al-Ghanim on Saturday addressed cables of congratulations to Speaker of the Pakistani National Assembly Asad Qaiser and Chairman of the Senate Sadiq Sanjrani on the occasion of their country’s National Day.
Source: Arab Times
KUWAIT CITY: The Ministry of the Interior has submitted to the Saudi Embassy a list of countries whose citizens are not allowed to enter the country with their GCC sponsors, in addition to the nationalities generally restricted from entering Kuwait, reports Al-Anba daily.
Upon request, dated Jan 22, 2019, from the consular affairs section at the Saudi Embassy in Kuwait as to citizens from which countries cannot accompany their Saudi sponsors when they visit Kuwait, the Ministry of Interior had issued a list of countries on Feb 4, 2019, a copy of which has been obtained by Al-Anba, showing the nationals (domestic workers) of which countries cannot accompany their GCC sponsors.
The list of countries whose national are not allowed to be recruited includes: Kenya, Uganda, Nigeria, Togo, Senegal (female), Malawi, Bhutan, Chad, Sierra Leone, Niger, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Burkina Faso, Tanzania and the Gambia, Zimbabwe, Madagascar, Guinea, Guinea Bissau and Indonesia.
Source: Arab Times
KUWAIT CITY, March 21: Ministry of Health has adopted a mechanism to tackle the problem of expatriates who continue to stay in hospitals even after doctors give them permission to leave, reports Al- Anba daily.
This method includes preparing reports concerning these patients and referred them to the department of social service and public relations in the hospital where the patients stay.
After that, their embassies will be contacted to expedite the removal of these patients from the hospital, and necessary legal action will be taken in coordination with Ministry of Interior.
This move came after an increased number of complaints and reports were received recently concerning non-Kuwaiti patients who refuse to leave hospitals after completing necessary treatment.
This phenomenon has contributed to the shortage of beds in hospitals for patients suffering from serious medical conditions.
source: Arab Times
KUWAIT CITY, March 21: A policeman who earlier abducted and raped three children is said to have allegedly raped his new victim, reports Al-Rai daily. Intensive investigations conducted by detectives from the Criminal Investigations Department revealed that the rapist played the same game with a 13-year-old Pakistani boy. A police source said the boy recognized the policeman during a legal lineup.
Kuwait (Kuna): Minister of Public works and minister of state for housing affairs Jinna Ramadan announced on Wednesday that roads pavement will begin the first week of April.
The national assembly discussed the issue of reconstructing roads and the plan to rebuild them during its todays’s session in which the minister announced that April’s start will be the execution of the plan.
Last November, Kuwait witnessed unprecedented heavy rainfalls that damaged many roads and facilities around the country. Which became a case of public option (end)