Kuwait: Compensation for Frontline Workers Law Approved

Kuwait: Compensation for Frontline Workers Law Approved News developments

Kuwait: Compensation for Frontline Workers Law Approved

Kuwait Times, 27 May 2021: Kuwait’s National Assembly has approved a draft compensation for frontline workers law.

If approved, it will allocate 600 million Dinars to grant financial rewards for over 200,000 frontline workers who were involved in tackling Coronavirus. It will apply to Kuwaiti and expatriate employees who took part in the efforts to combat the coronavirus pandemic in the period between 24 February and 31 May 2020.

They also approved principles on amendments to expand the scope and penalties of a Zionist entity boycott law. The amendments state a jail term of up to three years for dealing with Israel will be imposed.

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Marlé Van Sandwyk
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