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Thursday, 7 April 2022

Last Night’s Talk Shows: It could get harder to get a second wife

SMART POLICY- Marrying a second (third, fourth or fifth) wife could get significantly more complicated after the House of Representatives proposed a draft law which would require any man who wishes to marry again to inform a judge, who would in turn inform his spouse(s) and request her approval before the marriage could proceed, MP Nashwa El Deeb told Yahduth Fi Masr (watch, runtime: 5:40).

Yet more Ramadan drama chat: Tasea held phone-ins with Rageen Ya Hawa’s Anoushka and Jazirat Ghamam’s Tarek Lotfi (watch, runtime: 6:02 | 5:17).

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