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Saudi Human Rights Cases of absenteeism are mostly malicious

Saudi commission confirmed that it concluded, through its analysis of a number of this kind of cases it receives, that most of them are malicious cases.

It noted that containment within the family, spreading the spirit of dialogue and affection among family members, and educating them are among the most prominent factors that close the way to these cases.

The commission indicated that the family may sometimes violate the rights of girls, by  lack of attention, or exposing them to psychological or physical pressure or harm, or their muscles, or digesting their right to inheritance,

it added that depriving them of any of the rights guaranteed to them by Islamic law and the laws in effect  lead them to leave home .

In this regard, warning that some families and parents resort to the phenomenon of malicious absenteeism reports, especially those submitted to those who have reached the legal age.

Indicating that the girl who is absent and does not know her whereabouts, it is the family’s right to report her to ensure her safety and to ensure that she is not subjected to any crime.

The commission stressed on the need to grant the girl’s right by law and order, and this is what all concerned authorities must act upon, and not bypasses it.

That is a calling for the necessity of adherence to regulations and in line with the reforms adopted by the Kingdom under the leadership of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and the Crown Prince in the field of empowering women and preserving and promoting their rights.

The authority noted that the recent decisions and amendments to many regulations, including the regulations for travel, work, social insurance and civil status documents, all fall within the framework of empowering women and promoting their rights.