Saudi Arabia holds first election with women


Women not only voted for the first time, but also ran for office in Saturday's municipal elections in that country, the seat of Mecca.

They still can't drive.

Saudi Arabia, an otherwise absolutist monarchy, has occasional municipal elections where citizens can vote and stand for office. About 6,000 men ran for office, joined by almost 1,000 women.

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