6. Other countries joined the U.S. and the U.K. in criticizing the kingdom of abusing the basic rights of Saudi women and foreign workers, the Guardian reported.
“Many countries have problematic records, but Saudi Arabia stands out for its extraordinarily high levels of repression and its failure to carry out its promises to the human rights council,” said Joe Stork, the deputy Middle East director at Human Rights Watch, in a statement to the meeting.
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