Kuwait Rejects Pre-Marital Counseling Law

by Admin on February 1, 2016

Authorities in Kuwait have rejected an amendment to the law which makes it compulsory for engaged couples to attend married life workshops.

The draft law stated that premarital counseling should take place for two weeks, and cover communication between spouses, families and the responsibilities of married couples.

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The sessions would also aim to cover what makes a marriage successful, and the main reasons for ending a marriage.

However, only 12 lawmakers supported the law, with an opposition of 35.

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