Kuwait’s new all-male parliament is a blow for women’s rights
19 December 2020 | 11:00 am
Although none of the 29 female candidates won a seat in Kuwait's elections they are far from stopping their efforts. But analysts fear calls for quotas and women's political leadership are falling on deaf ears.
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