‘Seek opinion of SJC when issuing laws to set up new circles in courts’
CSC set to announce 60th batch registered at CRS
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.
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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.