Kuwait: Penalties for MPs Who Fail to Make Financial Disclosures Announced
Sources have confirmed MPs who have not been re-elected or those who decided to not put themselves through forward in the upcoming election will have to submit their financial disclosures within 90 days of leaving Parliament. Re-elected MPs will have to submit their disclosures within 60 days from the date on which they complete three years since submitting the last disclosure. MPs elected for the first time will be requested to submit their disclosures to Nazaha within 60 days of becoming MPs. Fines for delays in submitting the final disclosures will be 5,000 Dinars and if the delays are more than 90 days, a jail term of at least three years and a fine of between 3,000 and 30,000 Dinars will be issued to them.