8-hour ban on trav­el­ers’ re­turn over­ruled

Kuwait Times - - LOCAL - By A Saleh


In­struc­tions were made yes­ter­day to halt a pre­vi­ous de­ci­sion ban­ning de­part­ing pas­sen­gers through land bor­ders from re­turn­ing to Kuwait within eight hours of de­par­ture. Se­cu­rity sources noted that the ban was placed by the for­mer bor­ders di­rec­tor three months ear­lier and that bor­der sys­tems had been ac­cord­ingly pro­grammed. The sources added that a num­ber of trav­ellers who go to Khafji in Saudi Ara­bia on short busi­ness trips and re­turn be­fore eight hours had ex­pressed dis­sat­is­fac­tion with the de­ci­sion. Ac­cord­ingly, the land bor­der ex­its man­ager bri­gadier Ayad Al-Had­dad or­dered ex­empt­ing them un­til the block is fully re­moved from the Min­istry of In­te­rior’s sys­tems.

Hear­ings’ sched­ul­ing

Head of the com­pre­hen­sive court chan­cel­lor Adel Boresli yes­ter­day is­sued a di­rec­tive ban­ning sched­ul­ing hear­ings a long time af­ter fil­ing cases and stressed that the first hear­ing of any case must be held within a max­i­mum of two months from its fil­ing.


Mu­nic­i­pal­ity sources said the mu­nic­i­pal­ity would al­low pitch­ing tents in pri­vate gar­dens and out­side houses dur­ing the camp­ing sea­son that ends in March 2017. The sources added that no fees would be col­lected for th­ese tents, pro­vided they do not cause any an­noy­ance or dis­tur­bance to neigh­bors.


The Pub­lic Au­thor­ity for Hous­ing Welfare is cur­rently con­sid­er­ing chang­ing the regis­tra­tion pe­riod for cit­i­zens ap­ply­ing to get hous­ing units in south Mut­laa to in­clude some who reg­is­tered af­ter Dec 31, 2012.

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