International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

ISSN 2220-8488 (Print), 2221-0989 (Online) 10.30845/ijhss

The Impact of Female MPs on the 17th Representative Council
Professor Mazen A. S. Alougili, Rasha Munir Katami

Women Have been for long isolated from the decision making and authority positions because of the social role that was created by people on how men and women vary and resemble within their society’s perception based on their physical and physiological properties(Eagly and Wood:)1Although women have proven their abilities in the different fields, the patriarchal culture within the society, does not believe in women’s abilities to hold decision making positions within the parliamentary dome, which adds more pressure on women who make it to the parliament to prove their abilities. This study believes that women’s potentials and abilities are equal to those of men and can compete with them in all fields this can be seen through studying the performance of women MP's in practicing their oversight role and its effectiveness in the 17th parliamentary Council

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