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Al Saud: I don't have the luxury of time to take care of my skin
Al-Saud: We do not know the extent of deviance we have.
Al-Saud: We may offend the state if we demand a law for deviance
Al-Saud: Freedom must be framed and there is no absolute freedom in the law of human beings Al -Saud: I
wish to return to the House of Representatives and tried that
Interviewed by: Al-Tahrir family
Former MP and university professor, Dr. Adab Al-Saud, confirmed, in an interview conducted by Rum News Agency, that she was attacked by pioneers of a social networking site, in the light of a television interview on a local channel.
She added that she presented her educational and social opinion, and that her answer was to the broadcaster's question about legal and Sharia penalties, and that the Sharia applies to him the punishment for adultery.
Al-Saud pointed out that the attacks she was subjected to were very few, indicating that they may be out of ignorance
and bullying about her skin. Al-Saud said that she does not have time to take care of her skin, and that the expressions of criticism she was subjected to were very offensive and that what bothered her was the thinking of young people, not her criticism. .
She confirmed that the penalty for homosexuality is included in the Penal Code under the heading of adultery. Pointing out that we do not have studies and statistics on the extent of homosexuality, even if it is apparent in the country.
She pointed out that in human law there is no absolute freedom, and that the spear must be framed in human law, and therefore laws and regulations were found that were found to preserve human rights.
Regarding her participation in the House of Representatives, Al-Saud affirmed that women do not play their role in the House of Representatives because they are women, but represent society and are interested in all issues of concern to society.
She pointed out that there are many distinguished women in the House of Representatives who later moved to other positions and had a presence in all issues.
Al-Saud added that empowering women means providing the appropriate opportunity to achieve the goals, but society may understand that empowering women over men.
She pointed out that the current law gave women three opportunities to participate in political life, the first opportunity, which is the quota and the presence of women in parties, as well as the opportunity for them independently.
And she indicated that there are several restrictions on the work of the Council, and in order to obtain services, whether personal or public, the deputy is forced to be lenient in his legislative role.
Al-Saud confirmed that she did not join any party, and that she is convinced of the need for Lina to have parties and programs, but our partisan way of life is not as required.
Al-Saud justified her refusal to have a quota in the parties, saying that partisan life must be programs, meaning that a program competes with a program, and it is not possible to be appointed in it.
She added that the problem with the parties is the ramification of programs, and that all parties have similar and difficult-to-implement programs, and that the basis for parties is to specialize, especially in light of the economic problems we suffer from.