MSNBC Guest Touts Saudi Arabia’s Record on Women’s Rights

‘What we’re also doing is creating the opportunity for mobility, and that’s where the women driving comes in’

MSNBC Guest Touts Saudi Arabia’s Record on Women’s Rights (The Daily Caller)

Reema bint Bandar Al Saud, a Saudi princess, is the executive vice president of the Saudi Sports Authority. She appeared on MSNBC to claim massive progress for women in her home country.

“The changes that are happening for women in my nation are not just happening at that senior level, they’re happening across the board,” she claimed. “We’re really working hard on creating training and vocational programs to expand the viability of career options for women.”

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