In Saudi Arabia, what are some of the rights women have and do not have?

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Saudi Arabian women have limited rights compared with other neighboring countries. For example, a Saudi woman must be accompanied by a male chaperone, called a mahram, when she appears in public, and her male guardian must provide written permission in order for her to travel. According to the article cited below, Saudi women are not welcome to serve in parliament with the exception of...

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