Last December as the Bedoon irritated authorities with continuous protests, head of ‘Central Agency for illegal residents’, which is in charge of solving Bedoon issues, said the country will naturalize over 30,000 within 6 years. The promises are made randomly and continuously to get the pressure off Kuwaiti authorities. Today, Al-Mustaqbal newspaper said that sources stated that within few days, the Central Agency will naturalize 1708 persons including 603 children of divorced and widowed Kuwaiti women, 205 old employees in the oil ministry and carry the 1965 census, and the rest are soldiers who fought in Arab wars and Kuwait’s liberation war. The newspaper said that the Agency is taking this step after receiving orders from Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Sabah.