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Queues cars in the station for filling fuel in Kuwait.

October 5, 2016: Kuwaiti Parliament Speaker Marzouq Al-Ghanim said that the legislative and executive powers agreed at a meeting on Wednesday to give every citizen holds a driving license 75 litres of a month for free.

He said Al – Ghanim said in a statement quoted by the Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) that the Government informed the assembled intention to conduct a monthly review and liberalization of fuel prices by the Commission on subsidies, to be the beginning of the support 75 liters free per month for each Kuwaiti citizen have a driving license.

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He explained, “that the liberalization of fuel prices in Kuwait does not mean linked to world oil prices,” but as “determined by the committee subsidies on a monthly basis … which will save the state millions of dinars and reduces the cost to the citizens of good fuel consumption, which is estimated consumed per month by about 240 liters.” (BBG Direct)



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