Morocco and Western Sahara: Divorce divides Morocco and Western Sahara
A new family code in Morocco, known as the Mudawana, is having differing effects on women's rights in the Islamic kingdom and the disputed territory of Western Sahara, which falls under Moroccan rule.
Submitted on Wed, 08/04/2004 - 23:00
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