MUSCAT, Oman — Oman says that only a single woman has been elected to the nation’s top advisory council despite a push by female candidates that followed pro-reform unrest in the Arabian peninsula nation.
Voting for the 84-seat Shura Council was the first major test of public opinion in Oman since protests and clashes earlier this year calling for more jobs and a greater public voice in political affairs.
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