Attorney General: Saudi women have proven their competence in judicial and parliamentary work
Saudi Arabia’s Attorney General and member of the Council of Senior Scholars Sheikh Saud Al-Muajab said that Saudi women have proven their competence in the tasks entrusted to them, including judicial and parliamentary work.
The Saudi women have done their work in the judicial sector with all skill, mastery, and distinction, and achieved the aspirations and goals that have set with extreme precision,” he said while emphasizing the importance of Saudi women and their continued efficiency in assuming social responsibilities.
In a statement issued on the occasion of International Women’s Day, which falls on March 8, Al-Muajab appreciated the role of wise leadership in ensuring the involvement of women in diverse fields and branches of knowledge. “The leadership is putting its absolute confidence in the distinguished skills and capabilities possessed by Saudi women, with which they were able to reap achievements at all levels, and reached what they have accomplished in terms of ambitions and hopes, and raised the Kingdom’s slogan high in local and international forums,” he said while pointing out that half of the society is made up of women, so that it is the nation’s right to promote all its members, whether men or women.
Sheikh Al-Muajab also spoke about the status of women in Islam and the high and lofty status they enjoyed. “The state is keen on preserving their rights and respecting their status, as well as on enacting justice systems and legislation that preserve their status and their pivotal role in building the family and society,” he added.