CAIRO, Nov 24 (KUNA) -- Protecting the Arab household, and taking a stand against domestic violence are issues of great importance, said Ahmad Lari, a Kuwaiti MP and member of the social, educational, cultural, woman and youth affairs committee of the Arab Parliament.
This came in Lari's statement to Kuwait News Agency (KUNA), following conclusion of committee meeting on Thursday.
The committee concluded discussions of its work plan in preparation of submitting a host of recommendations, proposed by its members, to the Arab Parliament's public session on Saturday.
Main axis of committee discussions revolved around the Arab family and mechanisms of protecting it, the Kuwaiti MP indicated, adding that the discussions culminated in draft law regarding domestic violence.
He also noted that the committee tackled issue of foreign phenomena, commending what transpired in Qatar's 2022 World Cup, saying that reaffirmed principles benefiting societies and humanity as a whole.
Modes of reinforcing athleticism in Arab world were also a focal point of committee discussions, especially considering its vitality to the fabric of society and to the youth specifically.
Further on the committee's agenda were topics of rising divorce rates, Arab World social status report of 2021, as well as recommendations reinvigorating the Arabic language. (end)