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The law also does not set out sanctions against employers who confiscate passports or fail to provide adequate housing, food, and medical expenses, work breaks, or weekly rest days.
In January 2017, Kuwait carried out its first executions since 2013, hanging seven people.
Despite recent reforms, migrant workers do not have adequate legal protections, and remain vulnerable to abuse, forced labor, and deportation for minor infractions.
In October, Kuwait’s Constitutional Court found that an overbroad 2015 law that had required all Kuwaiti citizens and residents to provide DNA samples to authorities violated the right to privacy.
The law was introduced after the June 2015 suicide bombing of the Imam Sadiq Mosque.
The ministry also issued a decree establishing a minimum wage of KD60 (US$200) for domestic workers.