MP demands passports be revoked for Kuwaitis who misbehave abroad
MP Abdul Hameed Dashti said that he would call for a debate on the issue of Kuwaitis engaging abroad in acts that tarnished their country’s reputation.
“I will request two hours at a session when parliament resumes to address the issue and eventually agree on recommendations that will be referred to the government for action,” he said in remarks carried by local daily Al Watan on Sunday.
“We need to carry out a study on the increasing instances of irresponsible practices by some young Kuwaitis during their trips abroad. Their actions are offensive to the reputation of Kuwaitis as civilised and refined people who respect the laws, customs and traditions of the countries they visit.”
The lawmaker said that he was concerned about possible repercussions of the irresponsible acts.