KUWAIT: A local court yesterday adjourned till May 5, 2015 a hearing on a case filed against a number of citizens, including former MPs, for promoting a speech made by former MP Musallam Al-Barrak at Irada Square for which he is already sentenced to and doing two years in prison. The defendants are facing charges of insulting His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah and questioning his powers
Bargash’s citizenship A local court yesterday ordered the Interior Ministry to justify its decision to revoke the citizenship of former MP Abdullah Al- Barghash and his family members in a hearing to be held on May 5, 2015.
KFA challenges asset seizure Another court yesterday issued a verdict by which the assets and bank accounts of the Kuwait Football Association (KFA) will be seized pending a case filed by lawyer Hazza’ Al-Thafeiri. However, KFA stressed that this was only a first instance verdict and that it plans to contest it before the court of appeals.
Camps’ removal Kuwait Municipality’s Public Relations Manager Rashid Al-Hashan said the municipality’s monitoring apparatuses would start removing violating camps from today, as the camping season ended yesterday. Hashan added that demolitions and camp removals would commence immediately without any prior notice or warning. He also noted that the demolition teams would be accompanied by media personnel. In addition, Hashan also urged all camp owners to clean their campsites after dismantling them so that the areas would be useable in the next camping season.
By A Saleh and Meshaal Al-Enezi
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