Paperwork for women without guardian, Shoura says no
RIYADH — The Shoura Council on Monday rejected a proposal to carry out studies to allow Saudi women to have paper work done without the consent of their legal guardian.
Dr. Iqbal Darandri, a member, urged the Ministry of Interior to carry out studies about the reasons for the delay in implementing a royal order, directing all the concerned agencies to allow women to carry out paper work with regard to getting services done or terminate services or speed up processing of services without the consent of their legal guardian.
Yahya Al-Samaan, assistant president of the Council, said the Council rejected the proposal with a majority vote after listening to a briefing from chairman of the Council’s security committee.
that the concerned agencies at the ministry have made no delay in implementing provision of these services to women without the consent of their legal guardian. — SG/SPA