KUWAIT, Jan 4 (KUWAIT) -- Kuwait's National Assembly agreed on several letters in its regular session on Tuesday.
The parliament agreed to delegate Speaker Marzouq Ali Al-Ghanim to talk MP Yousif Al-Fadhala out of resignation.
The National Assembly approved a request by MP Saleh Al-Mutairi to assign a committee to study recent murders and find solutions "to this phenomenon" from legal, religious, social and psychological perspectives.
Also during the session, the parliament approved MP Abdulaziz Al-Saqabi's request to build labor towns and ensure workers' rights in line with relevant international conventions.
A letter by MP Adnan Abdulsamad was also blessed by the parliament to issue a new law to establish a public company to observe increase of meat prices and combat commodities' monopoly.
The National Assembly examined letters by His Highness the Amir Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah in which he expressed his appreciation and gratitude for the MPs for congratulating him for his first anniversary of assuming power and his safe return to the country after a private vacation.
The parliament also agreed on several letters tackling interior affairs and laws. (end)