"I don't see myself as an Egyptian citizen in this constitution. I don't see my future in this constitution," she said.

Abdallah voted against the proposed constitution and now says it must not be left in its current version. It won't be easy to change, she says, but she hopes to see the text challenged through "legal ways and on the streets."

According to the news received from Saudi Arabia Rizana Nafeek, who has been the Dawadami Prison since 2005 may be executed at any moment. This was revealed to the BBC Sinhala Service by Dr. Kifaya Iftekhar, who is based in Saudi Arabia and who has been looking after the interests of Rizana for several years now. Dr. Iftekhar also said that the Sri Lankan government has been informed by the Saudi authorities of the possibility of her impending execution.

It will pass… a draft of a constitution that doesn’t represent Egyptians or their dreams. A draft that did not engage them in the dialogue for change, which passed just two before the referendum, without giving Egyptians the opportunity to discuss it. When the revolution started, Egyptians looked forward to a time where they could evaluate their beliefs and values, discuss them, even change them and reflect it all in a document that recorded the whole process. But this never happened.

The UAE Cabinet yesterday made it compulsory for corporations and government agencies to include women on their boards of directors.

A popular referendum on the current draft of the new Egyptian Constitution has been scheduled for this Saturday, 15 December by President Morsi. As references it makes to the supremacy of Islamic law (Sharia law) can be widely interpreted, if approved, it could restrict and severely undermine women’s and girls’ rights.

ABIDJAN, 5 décembre 2012 (IRIN) - L’adoption par le Parlement ivoirien d’une loi sur l’égalité au sein des couples mariés a provoqué la colère de certains habitants, notamment parmi les plus religieux. Selon eux, cette loi va créer plus de problèmes au sein des foyers qu’elle ne va en résoudre.

ABIDJAN, 4 December 2012 (IRIN) - The adoption by Côte d'Ivoire’s parliament of a law on equality between legally married couples has sparked anger, especially among religious people. For them, this law will create more problems in the home than it will solve. 

‘It is appalling that virtually the only references to women relate to the home and family’ - Hassiba Hadj Sahraoui.

"ثورة على المجتمع الذكوري" عنوان الحملة التي أطلقتها رقية عبد علي منذ أكثر من أربعة أشهر على موقع التواصل الاجتماعي فيسبوك، إذ تسعى راعية الحملة إلى إنهاء عدد من القوانين والتشريعات المتعلقة بالمرأة في العراق.

بدأ المجلس القومي للمرأة حملة توقيعات في جميع محافظات الجمهورية وعلى الإنترنت ومواقع التواصل الاجتماعي ضد مسودة الدستور تحت عنوان "حملة مليون توقيع لرفض مسودة الدستور" لعدم التمثيل العادل لفئات الشعب في الجمعية التأسيسية وخاصة المرأة.

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