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nbae landmark date one of the world's most conservative kingdom at least three women have been elected and Saudi Arabia local councils will take home the public office roles for the first time in the country's history one of them won a seat in the matriculate strict maker the holiest city of Islam , the preliminary results were announced by local district and published on the official Saudi press agency , it was the first time women could part bars and run it candidates and the Islamic country women apart from driving and are legally dependent on a male relative to reprove Marshall did major life decisions , this election was for two thirds of state and municipal councils and had not ruled by king or national powers , the race will be appointed with approval of the king , in two thousand and live in the light King Abdullah announced that women would be a person with addiction running third in Saudi Arabia history but the winning candidate impact is likely to be limited due to a wider lack of democracy and continued social conservatism