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Teachers having two jobs in private sector illegal: Official
November 22, 2014, 3:45 pm
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The general assembly of the educational zones chaired by the Assistant Undersecretary for Public Education Dr Khalid Al-Rashid while discussing educational issues reaffirmed the decision to suspend the recruitment of Kuwaiti administrative personnel in Ahmadi and Mubarak Al-Kabeer zones, reports a local daily. Al-Rashid stated at the meeting it is illegal for teachers in private sector to have two jobs unless the director of the school approves of it.

Other issues discussed at the meeting was accidents that happen in front of schools where students are hit by motorists, and finding ways to stop the phenomenon for the protection of students, stressing the need to cooperate with parents and to open the door of dialogue to discuss suggestions with the students.

Meanwhile, Minister of Justice, Awqaf and Islamic Affairs Yaqoub Al-Sane disclosed that the Public Prosecution received 23 complaints concerning protection of national unity related crimes since Oct 21, 2012, reports a local daily. Al-Sane made the disclosure while responding to parliamentary questions concerning the aforementioned crimes.

He said the Public Prosecution has been investigating the cases, adding that the cases investigated among those the Public Prosecution decided to withhold or dismiss contain ambiguities which violate provisions of the law were 11 in total.

He explained the Public Prosecution withheld seven of them because they were administrative rather than criminal cases, while four others were referred to the General Investigation Department since they were crime cases that were not relevant to protection of national unity.

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