[size=36]A parliamentary and governmental quest for legal approval from where you have this and the special grades[/size]
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The Legal Committee of the House of Representatives on Saturday, the pursuit of the adoption of laws that combat corruption in line with the direction of the government at this stage, most notably legal where you this and special grades.
"There is a government and parliamentary approach to the adoption of all the laws passed from the previous session, which are related to the fight against corruption, the most prominent of which is a draft law from where you have this and the special grades law," committee member Wajih Abbas said in an interview with the semi-official newspaper Al-Sabah.
Abbas added that "any issue affecting a financial or administrative file will be passed a law to eliminate the scourge of corruption, which has greatly affected the performance of government institutions and reflected negatively on the general situation and provide services to citizens."
The member of the Committee, "The Parliament is striving in the coming period to enact laws that concern the people and the government in order to expose the corrupt and bring them to the courts."