Saudi Arabia now allowing women to service in court
In what some Saudi Women are calling a big victory towards equality for women — officials in The Kingdom of Saud ruled today that certain female attorney’s whom meet criteria regulations can now serve arguments in court (even with males).
The ruling with begin next month, and allow female attorney’s with a law degree and at least three years experience in an attorneys office a chance to go to par in the courtroom. ’ALL RISE’.
Last month, King Abdullah subsequently announced that women would for the first time ever be able to vote in the next round of municipal elections.
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