Housing Expat Bachelors In Kuwait Is Punishable With Strict Penalties
Category: Kuwait

According to Kuwait Municipality's Acting Director General Saud Al-Dabbous, the municipality is committed to protecting the community's identity and addressing the problem of bachelors living in private and model housing areas with the cooperation of relevant authorities and bodies, limiting its negative impacts, according to Al-Nahar daily. He highlighted the need for the Environment Public Authority to activate and apply the penalties stipulated in the environment law to violators, which include a fine of KD 50,000 for housing bachelors who violate the environmental requirements according to the environmental protection law.

In the chapter on occupational safety and labor law, Al-Dabbous explained that penalties and sanctions will be applied against the owners of violating companies, including closing the files of sponsors of workers violating the laws of the Public Authority for Manpower (PAM).

He explained in a press release on Thursday, after chairing a meeting of the Bachelors Committee, which included representatives of government agencies, that the violation of Decree Law No. With the assistance of all concerned agencies and bodies, Kuwait Municipality will examine 125/1992 regarding the prohibition of non-families housing in private and model housing during the next phase. The recommendations of the Bachelors Committee focused on maintaining infrastructure services, limiting damages, and tampering with electrical networks, rain and sewage networks in order to protect lives and public property.
In addition, al-Dabbous stressed the importance of imposing the prestige of the law, explaining that electricity will not be restored until electrical plans are adhered to and matched with reality, as well as other infrastructure services by using a specific work mechanism to meet legal deadlines and expedite the documentary process. Meanwhile, during the weekend, the field security sectors of the Ministry of Interior carried out several sudden security campaigns in all parts of the country, and increased the rate of night security deployment in all areas to the maximum degree, with the aim of imposing the prestige of the law, arresting violators, wanted individuals, drug dealers and drug users, and limiting violations, and aggressive and reckless driving, reports Al-Qabas daily.

These campaigns resulted in the arrest of 150 violators of the residency law, dozens of wanted persons, three individuals in possession of narcotic substances and alcoholic beverages, six absconders, and 20 individuals on charges of immoral acts, as well as the issuance of citations for 140 various traffic violations. According to informed security sources, the security deployment process varied between foot patrol officers and checkpoint officers, as well as officers inspecting some places to arrest violators of residency and labor laws.

Three days of intense deployment highlighted the roles of the Traffic Operations Sector, the Public Security Sector, the Criminal Security Sector, and the Residence Affairs Sector represented by the General Administration of Residence Affairs Investigation. The security officers carried out the deployment process from 10:30 pm until the early hours of the next morning.

In order to establish the prestige of the law, ensure full readiness and vigilance, adhere to control and linkage standards, continue to make all efforts, develop security plans, enhance security presence and deployment, and conduct patrols throughout all six governorates, guidelines were issued to the field security sectors. In the Hawally area, the increase in security deployment and the expansion of security campaigns led by Captain Hussein Kamal and First Lieutenant Saud Al-Jalal resulted in a reduction in aggressive and reckless driving by issuing many citations for traffic violations.


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