‘Seek opin­ion of SJC when is­su­ing laws to set up new cir­cles in courts’

CSC set to an­nounce 60th batch reg­is­tered at CRS

Arab Times - - LOCAL -

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 28: The Pres­i­dent of the First In­stance Court Coun­selor Dr Adel Bouresli has re­quested the Na­tional Assem­bly to seek the opin­ion of the Supreme Ju­di­cial Coun­cil when is­su­ing laws to es­tab­lish new cir­cles in courts, re­ports Al-Jarida daily.

“The ju­di­ciary,” he said, “is work­ing to pro­vide jus­tice, but some laws need to be re­con­sid­ered be­cause they dis­rupt the in­ter­ests of the lit­i­gants and cause de­lay in ad­ju­di­cat­ing cases.”

He pointed out a num­ber of re­cent laws have given un­fair juris­dic­tion to the crim­i­nal courts, such as the in­tel­lec­tual prop­erty is­sues and the re­cent mu­nic­i­pal law, which en­ti­tled the Crim­i­nal Court to con­sider mu­nic­i­pal mis­de­meanors which will also be con­sid­ered by both Cas­sa­tion Courts.

the Ap­peals and

The Civil Ser­vice Com­mis­sion (CSC) will an­nounce on Sun­day the 60th batch of cit­i­zens — around 2,500 male and fe­male Kuwaitis — reg­is­tered in the Cen­tral Re­cruit­ment Sys­tem (CRS), re­ports Al-Anba daily.

Knowl­edge­able sources af­firmed that CSC has ex­erted tremen­dous ef­forts to reg­is­ter the big­gest num­ber of cit­i­zens wait­ing for gov­ern­men­tal jobs. Sources re­vealed the new batch will in­clude those who hold bach­e­lor’s de­gree in var­i­ous spe­cial­iza­tions; in ad­di­tion to those who hold diploma and train­ing cer­tifi­cates ob­tained af­ter com­plet­ing high school.

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