The decision of the Council of Ministers to amend the civil work law was added by adding an article to it by a wide parliamentary rejection, as a number of deputies raised "veto" in the face of any government project that affected the rights or wages of citizens working in the private sector.
Deputy Abdel-Karim Al-Kandari said that any legislative amendment that will be presented, whether by the government or from the parliamentarians, violates the rights, wages, or contracts of employment of citizens in the private sector. He must face rejection and confrontation from the parliamentarians. unstable.
For his part, Representative Youssef Al-Fadalah rejected any prejudice to the wages of Kuwaitis working in the private sector, noting that any amendment to the civil work law should be in the interest of national employment, not on it.
In turn, Representative Saleh Ashour confirmed his rejection of any amendment that detracts from the rights of workers in the private sector, calling on the government to protect them and hear their point of view and those representing them from unions and groups before the issuance of any law related to them and their rights.