Do not enforce Islamic family laws yet, urges SIS


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  • Sunday, 18 May 2003

KUALA LUMPUR: Sisters in Islam (SIS) has asked the Selangor government to defer the implementation of its Islamic Family Law Enactment 2003 to allow further discussions on certain amendments which it claims are biased towards men. 

SIS also urged the state government to set up an inter-agency committee that includes women's groups to review the amendments. 

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