On Wednesday, reports emerged of dozens of Central Bank of Kuwait employees protesting over employment and pay conditions.
The demonstration was held outside the Kuwait City office and is the latest in a string of government employee complaints to follow the approval of vast pay rises for those working in the oil sector.
On September 7, the minister of state for cabinet affairs and government spokesman, Ali Al-Rashed, announced the decision to grant an increase of salaries and allowances of Kuwa
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