Iran's hijab law under review: Iranian cleric
- The review team met on Wednesday with parliament's cultural commission and ‘will see the results in a week or two’. The hijab headscarf became obligatory for all women in Iran in April 1983
Iran's parliament and the judiciary are reviewing a law which requires women to cover their heads, and which triggered more than two months of deadly protests, the attorney general said.
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