Morocco: Changing status of Morocco's shunned wives
Under a new family code, or the Mudawana as it is known, husbands will now have to go to court to make their repudiation binding and women will no longer be legally required to be "obedient" to their husbands.
Submitted on Mon, 02/02/2004 - 00:00
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