Rights Issue in Saudi Arabia
Q. The ban on women drivers in Saudi Arabia was lifted in which year?
Q. Which article of the Law of Governance: The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia states that it is a fully sovereign Arab Islamic State?
- Article 2
- Article 20
- Article 1
- Article 5
Q. Saudi Arabia follows a democratic process and conducts free and fair elections to choose its rulers.
Q. Which of the following explains 'Sunna'?
- It is the law mentioned in Holy Quran.
- It is the law set by the religious leaders of Islam.
- It is a set of laws devised by the monarch of Saudi Arabia.
- It is the traditional law of Muslims based on the words and acts of Prophet Muhammad.
Q. Saudi Arabia follows a ‘male guardianship system’. Which of the following explains this system?
- No one can move within the country without the permission of their guardian
- Women do not have any rights in Saudi Arabia
- Women of Saudi Arabia should have a male legal guardian
- Both males and females can be guardians of their property
Q. Which governing body is responsible for executive and administrative matters in Saudi Arabia?
- The King
- The President
- Chief Minister
- Council of Ministers
Q. Why are there no political parties in Saudi Arabia?
- The law forbids the formation of political parties.
- People lack interest in politics.
- The people hate political parties.
- There is an aversion towards democracy.
Q. Which article of Saudi Arabia states that "The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is a fully sovereign Arab Islamic State"?
- Article 11 of the Law of Governance
- Article 1 of the Law of Government
- Article 1 of the Law of Governance
- Article 11 of the Law of Government
Q. Which among the following statements are true about the King of Saudi Arabia?
- He is the Prime Minister.
- He controls the media.
- He can dismiss any member of the council of ministers.
- He cannot control Judiciary.
Q. Which of these options is not correct regarding Saudi Arabian political system?
- The king selects the executive, legislature and judiciary
- Here there is no freedom of religion
- Citizens cannot form political parties
- None of the above