Representative Safaa Al-Hashem expressed her total rejection of any government approach targeting the salaries of citizens working in the private sector, and said that "the salaries of citizens in the sector are a red line, and we will not allow encroachment on their rights, and we will address the government if it considers violating this segment."
Al-Hashem added that the government's behavior is surprising «despite the blurring of its financial steps during the Corona crisis, to chart a clear economic path, in the absence of the Finance Minister from the event, here it is heading to weak practices, related to an executive policy to structure the Kuwaiti human forces, which proved its worth during this the crisis".
She continued: «I have always said and reiterated that there are crazy appointments for expatriates in managerial and leadership positions and advisors, who are of one nationality, with high rewards, remunerative salaries, and tremendous allowances, and this cannot be explained except that it is a terrible invasion that controls the joints of the state, and a terrible craving for their continuation in their positions.
Al-Hashem called on the government to "get rid of all the expatriates in its sectors, ministries and bodies, the civil service bureau, the oil sector and the cabinet of the cabinet", adding that the government "and instead of implementing this plan to replace the citizens, surprised us with a draft law that cuts the Kuwaiti salary in half", and added surprisingly: "No, Not certified! .. Who made you cry, government ?!