North, Andrew
November 2000
Middle East;Nov2000, Issue 306, p16
Reports on the status of women in Kuwait. Supreme court's rejection of a case calling for the awarding of voting rights to women; Inclusion of equality of rights of men and women in the constitution; National Assembly's voting against a government-backed bill to enfranchise women; Women's access to education, employment and divorce rights; Women's contentment with political representation from male family members.


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