They Can't Drive, but in 2015 Saudi Women Get the Vote

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Yesterday King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia granted women the right to vote and to run in future municipal elections. It's the biggest change in a decade for women in a notoriously conservative kingdom that enforces strict separation of the sexes -- and which still bans women from driving. What impact will women voters have on society? Marwan Bishara is a senior political analyst for Al Jazeera English, and the editor and host of Empire.




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