Kuwaiti Cabinet decides to end all decrees of boards of directors of government agencies

Kuwait: The Kuwaiti Cabinet decided to end all the decrees of the boards of directors of the bodies and the boards of trustees in government agencies, whether they were expired or even those who remained on their decrees for two years or more, provided that this will start from next Sunday.

Kuwaiti Cabinet decides to end all decrees of boards of directors of government agencies
Kuwaiti Cabinet decides to end all decrees of boards of directors of government agencies

 : The Kuwaiti Cabinet decided to end all the decrees of the boards of directors of the bodies and the boards of trustees in government agencies, whether they were expired or even those who remained on their decrees for two years or more, provided that this will start from next Sunday.

According to the reports of Kuwait, the decision includes, but is not limited to, councils and bodies such as: “The Board of Directors of the Public Authority for Roads and Land Transport, the Public Authority for Industry, the Board of Directors of the Capital Markets Authority, the Central Agency for Public Tenders, the Competition Protection Authority, the Board of Trustees of Kuwait University, and the Secretariat.”

Advertisement

The General Planning, the General Authority for Youth and Sports, and other councils and departments in all ministries.

She pointed out that the process of re-appointing the new boards of directors will be above and beyond the standard of “what plans will you present to advance the agency?”

The reports highlighted that there are evaluation committees that will stand on the work of the previous boards of directors and members, and those who were diligent among them will be re-appointed, and those who did not submit anything new will be excluded, and they did not rule out merging and abolishing a number of government agencies and agencies.

She pointed out that the termination of the decrees of government agencies will not include the recently formed councils, such as the Communications and Information Technology Commission.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here