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Kuwaiti Prime Minister: We do not have cash to pay the salaries of next June
Economy News _ Baghdad
Kuwaiti Prime Minister Sabah Al-Khaled stressed that the country's economic situation is good now in terms of classification and solvency, but the government has no cash to pay the salaries of next June.
The Kuwaiti newspaper "Al-Jarida" stated in a news seen by "Al-Iqtisad News" that "during the extended governmental-parliamentary meeting, which was chaired by Speaker of the National Assembly Marzouk Al-Ghanem, and attended by 6 ministers and 32 deputies, this was an opportunity to pass this law." That is the case in the Gulf states, and we do not even tend to liquidate assets. Do you accept that? ”
Al-Sabah added, "The country's economic situation is good now in terms of classification and solvency, but the government has no cash to pay the salaries of next June."
Regarding the return to work in government institutions, the newspaper quoted Al-Khaled that the National Assembly was informed that the vortices will return starting next Sunday with a capacity of 30%.
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