Over 200,000 Kuwaitis and expats banned from travelling

Pedro Gonçalves
Over 200,000 Kuwaitis and expats banned from travelling

More than 200,000 Kuwaitis and expats who are wanted or banned from travel are listed at the civil implementation departments at the justice and interior ministries. They are wanted by the Sentences Enforcement Department and the Ministry of Justice and Interior for failing to pay debts, Al-Anba daily reports.  Banks and companies lodged complaints against these people for failing to pay the installments, which vary between loans and financial benefits resulting in the issuance of arrest w...

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