New head for Saudi Human Rights Commission
Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, has ordered the appointment of Turki bin Khalid Al Sudeiry as the President of the Human Rights Commission at the rank of a minister. The Commission, which was formed last month, aims at upholding civil rights in the kingdom "in the light of Islamic Sharia laws," a Saudi statement has said.
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