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Kuwait parliament holds follow-up session to review draft laws and law proposals related to …

National Assembly Speaker Ahmad Al-Saadoun
Kuwait parliament holds follow-up session to review draft laws and law proposals related to … and amendments to the election law 
KUWAIT-- National Assembly Speaker Ahmad Al-Saadoun inaugurated on Wednesday the scheduled complementary session to pursue examining the legislative term inaugural Amiri Speech and naming committees' members.
The session kicked off with the legislators reviewing the Amiri Speech that had marked opening National Assembly's 17 legislative term, industrial plots' distribution and food issues.
Also on the table, a proposal to form a panel for probing the contracts to purchase the warplanes, Caracal and Eurofighters, and the issue of depriving citizens of the draw for military enrolment.
Moreover, they will tackle bills and proposed laws concerning several departments' budgets, amendments of the electoral law and replacing the term domestic worker with maid. Furthermore, the agenda includes various other bills and Audit Bureau's reports.
Today's session follows yesterday's meeting during which the minister of public works was grilled over purported irregularities and the session ended without no-confidence voting.


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