While the first party (the Ministry of Health) began disbursing the front-line bonuses to eligible workers, the Ministry of Interior (the second party) said its lists of employees have been approved by the Civil Service Council and the Ministry of Finance, without making any observations, and confirmed the payments will be made starting next week.

Meanwhile, Al-Jarida has learned there are 20 government institutions that were unable to complete the lists of names of “front rows” due to certain observations made by the authorities in terms of entitlements to employees and the method of calculating days and financial reward, which put these agencies in an embarrassing position.

According to the statements the CSC has ‘accepted’ the lists of 44 entities, and the remaining 20 entities whose lists have not been approved are the ministries of Commerce, Electricity and Water, Transportation, Finance, Justice, Media, Kuwait Municipality, the Public Authority for Agriculture Affairs and Fish Resources, the Environment Public Authority, and the Secretariat General of the Council of Ministers, the Public Authority for Industry, Kuwait Airways Company, KASCO, KUNA, the Communications and Information Technology Commission, the Kuwait Petroleum Corporation and its affiliates, the Expropriation Department for the public benefit, as well as some military authorities.

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