Council Of Ministers For Citizens And Residents: Abide By Health Requirements
Category: Health
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In its weekly meeting, today, Monday, the Council renewed compliance with health requirements, after hearing an explanation provided by the Minister of Health about the health situation in Kuwait based on the data and statistics recorded to date, and about the worsening situation in various countries of the world and the increasing number of infections they are witnessing. Preceded by the utmost caution.

The Cabinet again called on all citizens and residents to adhere to the recommended requirements of the health authorities in order to preserve their safety and health and to ensure that the epidemic does not spread, besiege it and avoid its effects.

The Council discussed the recommendation of the Legal Affairs Committee regarding a draft law to amend some provisions of Law No. 35 of 1962 in the matter of National Assembly elections, which aims to create a supreme national committee for elections to supervise and manage it in all its aspects and organize electoral campaigns, in coordination with all concerned authorities

The Council of Ministers decided to approve the bill in its first deliberation, in preparation for its final approval and referral to the next National Assembly.

The Council of Ministers also approved the participation of the Kuwaiti Transparency Society in reviewing the election process, within the framework of the Council’s keenness to embody full transparency in the various stages of the election process.

Health status

At the beginning of its meeting, the Cabinet listened to an explanation provided by Minister of Health Sheikh Dr. Basil Al-Sabah on the health situation in the State of Kuwait based on the data and statistics recorded to date and related to the numbers of infections, recovery, deaths and those in intensive care.

In light of the worsening situation in various countries of the world and the increasing number of infections they are witnessing in an unprecedented record, the utmost caution and precaution is necessary, so the Council of Ministers called again on all citizens and residents to adhere to the requirements recommended by the health authorities in order to preserve their safety and health and to ensure that the epidemic does not spread, besieged and avoid its effects. The serious.

The Cabinet also discussed the recommendation contained in the meeting minutes of the Legal Affairs Committee regarding a draft law amending some provisions of Law No. 35 of 1962 in the matter of National Assembly elections, which aims to create a supreme national election committee to supervise and manage all aspects of it and organize election campaigns, in coordination with all Concerned authorities, in line with the new conditions in Kuwaiti society and its development and increasing its aspirations for more democracy, transparency and equal opportunities among candidates, and in order to provide more transparency and integrity that should be available in the procedures of the electoral process. For its final approval and referral to the next parliament.

In this regard, the Council of Ministers approved the participation of the Kuwait Transparency Society in examining the election process, within the framework of the Council’s keenness to embody full transparency in the various stages of the election process.

The Council of Ministers was also informed of the recommendation of the Economic Affairs Committee regarding the periodic report submitted by the Public Authority for Housing Welfare regarding the accumulated debts owed to the Corporation and the measures it has taken to collect or settle them for the period from 1/10/2019 to 3/31/20

 

SOURCE: ALRAIMEDIA

02 Nov, 2020 565
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