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Women In Kuwait In Kuwait women arent considered human As women in Kuwait are part of a society that is educated and Islam gives them their right to be equal as men their human rights shouldnt be denied In late May a decree issued by the Amir of Kuwait Sheikh Jabir Al-Sabah without reference to anyone including his cabinet The decree stated that women will be included in the electoral process which meant that in 2003 female citizens in Kuwait will be able to cast their ballots for representatives in the 50 seat Nations Council but unfortunately it was rejected by the parliament because they held a vote and 32 out of 60 voted against granting the Kuwaiti women their political rights The traditional view of female inferiority is sexist women should be entitled to vote in Kuwait because the franchise is a universal human right Kuwaits constitution grants equal rights to men and women but the election law allows only men who are over 21 and has a Kuwaiti nationality for at least 20 years to vote or run for office Women over the last 30 years in Kuwait have proven their role not only as housewives but also as successful career women They proved their ability to beer any responsibility irrespective of the nature of mission and tasks assigned to them The Kuwaiti women have fought for the liberation of their country during the Iraqi invasion They have proven that they are capable of doing the same jobs that men do and even reach to higher ranks in works and degrees in education They proved their prowess in carrying out various roles in the social economic and political spheres As the majority of women in Kuwait are highly educated they have the ability to create a democracy and improve it The only problem is that man and women dont get along Men believe that women are not that religious
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