Translation of My Right to Dignity petition
My Right to Dignity has published an open petition addressed to the King on the occasion of one year since the beginning of the June 17th women driving movement. The petition renews the request to lift the ban. You can sign it by going HERE. Below is a translation:
To his majesty, the custodian of the two holy mosques, King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, may God save and bless him.
Peace and God’s mercy and blessing be upon you,
We address your majesty with thankfulness and gratitude for the utmost care that you have granted to Saudi women issues and the progressive steps that you have taken to involve women in the national development projects. These steps that you summarized in your historical speech on September 25th 2011 when you said, “We will not approve the marginalization of women.” This was followed by the two decrees concerning women membership on…
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