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Here are six things women in Saudi Arabia are unable to do: With the driving ban victory still fresh, Saudi women’s rights activists are eyeing up the next hurdle – dismantling the kingdom’s guardianship system, which Human Rights Watch has called “the most significant impediment to realising women’s rights in the country“.
Although guardianship is not enshrined in written law, government officials, courts, businesses and individual Saudis generally act in accordance with it, meaning that, in practice, women need their guardian’s consent for any major activity, including travelling, obtaining a passport, getting married or divorced and signing contracts.
In May 2017, activists won a small but significant victory when King Salman issued an order specifying that women did not need permission from their male guardian for some activities, including entering university, taking a job and undergoing surgery.
Campaigner Maha Akeel said the decision “opens the door for discussion on the guardian system”, Metro reports.
The dress code for women is governed by a strict interpretation of Islamic law and is enforced to varying degrees across the country.
The majority of women wear an abaya – a long cloak – and a head scarf.