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Kuwait’s housing authority sacks 135 foreign workers, aims to be ‘expat-free’ by May 2021

Kuwait’s Public Authority for Housing Welfare (PAHW) has terminated 135 expat employees effective July 1, 2020 as part of plans to completely nationalise its workforce, local media reported.

The move is part of a three-phase plan launched by Rana Al-Fares, Minister of Public Works and Minister of State for Housing Affairs, to replace all expat employees in the PAHW with Kuwaiti jobseekers, Kuwait Times reported.

The plan is expected to conclude in April 2021, with the authority aiming to be “expat-free” by the beginning of May 2021, the report added.

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