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Digital services ease crush at Municipality

KUWAIT: Awqaf and Islamic Affairs Minister and State Minister for Municipal Affairs Fahd Al-Shula visits the Ahmadi municipal branch yesterday.

KUWAIT: Awqaf and
Islamic Affairs Minister and State Minister for Municipal Affairs Fahd Al-Shula
said his visit to the Ahmadi municipal branch is part of his visits to
municipalities in various governorates in order to see firsthand online
transactions and services provided, as well as follow work being done for Sabah
Al-Ahmad residents following complaints by some of them. He said the most
notable drawbacks he witnessed are concentrated in the technical files of real
estate, which will be avoided in a new project related to online licensing.

About the new
cleaning contracts, Shula said the Municipality is ready and committees were
formed to receive the new cleaning companies and make sure about their readiness,
as the contracts on the field will start on Oct 10. About “immoral”
ads on streets, he said there was a misunderstanding as some words may be
interpreted differently. Shula said he issued a circular to emphasize
advertising rules and the national unity law.

Municipality Director General Ahmad Al-Manfouhi said after the launch of the
first stage of the electronic system that crowds frequenting the municipality
have been reduced by 75 percent, and transactions are now processed through
electronic and digital systems”. He said the Municipality depends on
national personnel and Kuwaiti engineers, adding it is committed to the
replacement policy, as the Municipality has more than 90 percent Kuwaiti
employees. He said the number of Kuwaiti employees is 6,170, with 662 expat

By Meshaal

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