Aug 01 2010
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Kuwait: No govt funding for low-cost homes
The project will not be accorded government funding as a tender has already been floated and awarded to a company, prior to it being stalled. In response, the said company had taken legal action against the Cabinet reported, Al-Qabas.
On a separate note, a parliament member recently urged all members to adopt a unified stance in order to draw up a charter of conduct that protects nationalist sentiments, asserting on the importance of safeguarding patriotism during the process of discussing draft laws in the Parliament.
MP Mohammad Al-Huwailah further indicated that the Parliament should 'conduct a thorough study' of the amendments suggested by the Cabinet on the audio-visual law which will be discussed during the start of the new term. This approach is being taken with the aim of drafting a law that can protect national unity without infringing upon freedoms.
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