MP Abdullah Al-Tamimi criticized the conduct of one private school for categorizing its new students on doctrinal basis, reports Al-Anba daily. He said the school belongs to the head of a political movement known for corruption not only in Kuwait but the Arab world.
He considered the conduct of the school an attempt to harm the national unity by instilling sectarianism in youngsters and wondered when the movement will be stopped from messing with Kuwait, its citizens and the national unity.
He asked the Minister of Education and Higher Education to send the school to Public Prosecution in line with the law of protecting the national unity. He also called for withdrawing the license of the school whose owner targets the security of society and threatens its unity.
Meanwhile, MP Abdulrahman Al-Jeran submitted a proposal to establish offices for family reform in all governorates, indicating headquarters of the offices should be located in the police stations, affiliated to the mayor, and under general supervision of the governor.