Employment in Kuwait Cases of deporting migrants in Kuwait and the decision of the Ministry of State for Economic Affairs
Employment in Kuwait Cases of deporting migrants in Kuwait and the decision of the Ministry of State for Economic Affairs

The controversy in Kuwait succession with the issuance of deportations of expatriates in Kuwait, and in light of the formation of the new Kuwaiti government, and the decision to keep the Minister of State for Economic Affairs Maryam al-Aqil, to support the Ministry of Finance, and to appoint Ghadeer Asiri, Minister of Social Affairs, and Rana Al Faris, Minister of Public Works.

 

 

Against the background of popular protests in Kuwait in early November, to demand political reforms, amid sharp criticism of government policy.

The Emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, issued an Emiri decree forming the new government headed by Sheikh Sabah Khalid Al-Hamad Al-Sabah.

Earlier, the disruption of the demographics in Kuwait was one of the prevailing issues of the scene, at the governmental and parliamentary levels, while the issuance of governmental decisions to limit trafficking in persons through phantom companies with parliamentary demands to deport migrants who commit violations, according to a report published in the Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Rai .

On the government level, the Ministry of State for Economic Affairs approved the decision to form a follow-up committee for employers from owners of closed shop licenses, to limit the trade of stays in employment registered on licenses that do not engage in its activity, despite being granted a labor estimate at the request of the owners of those licenses, and with its negative impact On demographics, which is a case of trafficking in persons that is criminalized by international instruments and national laws.

On the parliamentary side, Representative Safaa Al-Hashem submitted a proposal with a desire, which included ten cases in which expatriates were deported due to the imbalance in the demographics, demanding that the expatriate's residence does not exceed 5 years and renewed for a maximum of five other years.

Al-Hashim stated that whoever examines the file of the demographics notes that things are moving towards dangerous indicators and need immediate treatment, because their security, social, health and educational implications are disturbing.

Noting that the move to contain the crisis created by the imbalance in the demographics has become important, whether by the government or by the National Assembly, noting that it has made a proposal with a desire related to the deportation of arrivals in some of the following cases: \\

Stays are over.

Work for someone other than the sponsor.

Mismatch of the profession in residence with reality.

Work in the trade and for the private account at the same time.

Exceeding 40 years for construction workers or those with a disability or illness.

Male and female teachers in private schools who are not the owner of the educational facility.

The family of the expatriate who is being deported.

Anyone who has been issued a judicial or legal ruling, even if the judgment has passed, the judgment has been implemented, or he has been pardoned, and when 3 traffic violations have been committed and the violations have reached the legal limit.

Whoever expires one of his papers or documents and does not renew it.