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Saudi Arabia Now Allows Women to Travel Without Male ‘Guardian’ Approval

Saudi Arabia allows women to travel without male ‘guardian’ approval

Saudi Arabia will allow women to travel abroad without approval from a male “guardian”, the government said Thursday, ending a restriction that drew international censure and prompted extreme attempts to flee the kingdom.

The landmark reform erodes the longstanding guardianship system that renders women permanently as legal minors and allows their “guardians” — husband, father and other male relatives — to exercise arbitrary authority over them.

Full Story: Saudi Arabia allows women to travel without male ‘guardian’ approval | AFP.com

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