September 3, 2013
Saudi Arabia’s cabinet has passed a ban on domestic violence, banning physical and sexual violence in both the home and the workplace. It is the first time in history that Saudi Arabia has banned such activity. The ban includes a maximum of 12 months in prison sentence and a fine of up to $13,000. Not coincidentally, Saudi Arabia’s stock market is just a hair off five-year highs, highs registered just two weeks ago.
A soaringly positive social mood spurs a desire to correct social ills. Civil rights progression doesn’t just happen in the Middle East, the US has history with it too.
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