This country never had a female head of state and has no women in parliament. The law does not command equal pay and women only have limited right to use financial services.
This country does not have non-discrimination laws when it comes to employing women, But, up till now, there has been just one female head of state, Benazir Bhutto, who was assassinated in 2007.
The huge majority of the workforce and those with political power are males.
Women in this country are much less likely to be well-educated or sophisticated than men, and there has never been a female head of state.
Women only have limited access to financial services in this country, and only fractional access to the possession and control of land and assets.
6. Saudi Arabia
This country has strictest rules for Women. Women are considered minors and are not allowed to go anywhere without a male.
Daughters do not have legacy rights in this country and there have been no female heads of state to date.
Jordanian women do not have an equal economic opportunity and the women are twice as unemployed than Men.
This country has three times as many men than women working as proficient and technical workers, and no women in parliament. On the other hand, almost seven times as many women register in tertiary education.
In Egypt Married women between the age of 10 to 49 face female genital mutilation. Men and women do not have equal rights in marriage or after divorce.
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