Despite the dissatisfaction of some deputies with the adjournment of the National Assembly session yesterday due to the lack of a quorum and the absence of the government that submitted its resignation, the parliamentary wheel turned in the direction of hot files, foremost of which is the fight against corruption and concern for public money and the investigation of any suspicions related to any official in the state.
With the issuance of the amnesty decree, which sparked hope for the start of a new phase called political stability, the atmosphere of the parliamentary petition was hung over the parliamentary scene by His Highness, in which 40 deputies pledged that the amnesty “a step that will lead to permanent political stability, new political rules and constructive cooperation between all parties in Parliament.” And outside it to open a blank page for a new Kuwait.”
In confirmation of the priority of combating corruption, 11 deputies submitted a request to form a parliamentary investigation committee, regarding suspicions, inflated accounts and financial transfers to members of the National Assembly, ministers, state leaders and others, since 2009 until today.
The new parliamentary request includes an investigation into the suspicions that were raised against the former and current parliamentarians and ministers, all state leaders, who are at the rank of assistant undersecretary and above, and all of their relatives of the first degree, starting from 1/1/2009.
The request included assigning the committee to investigate financial transfers and inflation in the accounts of the representative, minister or official, their bank accounts, real estate and tenders, arm deals and contracts, especially (Caracal – Eurofighter – Rafale), and any financial and criminal suspicions and cases of conflict of interest that were raised about all state investments.