MP Abdulla Al Kandari along with five MPs signed a resolution to form a committee at the National Assembly to launch an investigation into the work of the Ports Corporation over the past decade.
The aim of the investigation is to look into former officials at Kuwait Ports, who facilitated illegal usurpation of state land by Kuwait and Gulf Link Holding Co. K.S.C. (KGL).
As the fourth ordinary session of the 15th legislative term got underway on Tuesday, 29 October with an official inauguration by His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, who called on the people and lawmakers to set aside their differences and unite to protect Kuwait from internal and external threats.
However even before the doors to the venerable Abdullah Al-Salem Hall were opened, lawmakers had filed a string of interpellations and questions against ministers and other authorities.
In this context, it is worth noting that Kuwait Port Authority was one of the investors which lost heavily in The Port Fund, an investment fund that was set up in 2007 by the now discredited KGL Investment, a subsidiary of KGL.