New reforms to Saudi Arabia’s civil laws will include the setting of a minimum age on marriages for both genders and granting women more marital contract rights, according to the Kingdom’s Minister for Justice.
“For the Personal Status Law, perhaps the most prominent general features are the setting of a minimum age for marriage for both parties, as well consolidating the consideration of a woman’s will in all aspects of the marriage contract in addition to childcare rights and interests of the child,” Saudi Justice Minister Dr. Walid bin Mohammed al-Samani.
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