In Sudan abolished female circumcision

In Sudan, carried out large-scale reform. The authorities abolished the so-called female circumcision and public punishment with whips, BBC reports.

in addition, women no longer need permission from a male relative to travel abroad with children.

Also, the country abolished the law on apostasy and non-Muslims allowed to drink alcohol. In Sudan, approximately 3% of the population do not practice Islam, said media.

It adds that the reforms were carried out after power was removed, the now former leader Omar al-Bashir, he was sent to jail.

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