Political rights for educated women
4 November 1952 – President Camille Chamoun passed Decree no. 6, which stated that women educated at the primary level or holding equivalent certificates were granted the right to vote and be elected to any public office (mainly Articles 2, 3, 21, and others). But radical women’s groups repudiated these conditions, and continued to fight for the political rights of all women, educated and uneducated, alike.
6 _ 7 – Educated women were granted the right to vote and be elected to any public officeتعديل انتخاب 1952 BAU JR