No separate petrol price for expats and citizen

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

The government does not want to approve two petrol prices – one for citizens and the other for expatriates.

Local daily Arab Times citing Al-Anba newspaper reported that this practice is unconstitutional and in violation of Article 29 of the Constitution and international norms.

In response to a question on how to support the price of gasoline for the citizen, the constitutional sources replied: The legal mechanism to provide support to citizens in the case of gasoline can be done through support indirectly.

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jinu simon john
Thursday, July 18, 2019
You know what just for joking ... nothing serious.....
There is a sales plan...
why cant we buy petrol using the civil id of a Kuwaiti and resell it to an expat at a higher rate.. Profit profit for an expat or a Kuwaiti..

Hows the idea...

regards
Jinu Simon John

Santosh (True Indian)
Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Where is that Macho lady MP ?

tosh
Tuesday, July 16, 2019
that means something is coming against expats....

Prasad
Tuesday, July 16, 2019
Its very bad to withdraw from this decision when all other decisions are taking against expats. Authorities should rethink. In my opinion, there should be separte petrol stations with high priced fuel and toll for vehicles of expatriates entering the petrol station too.


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