Swaziland

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Sections 20 and 28 of the Constitution of Swaziland, adopted in February 2006, grant the same legal rights to men and women. Swaziland ratified the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women in 2004 without reservation[1] but has yet to sign or ratify the Option Protocol.[2] The county signed the Southern African Development Community Gender Protocol in 2008, ratifying in 2012.[3]
 
[1] CEDAW (2012), p.3 [2] UN Treaty Collection (2014) [3] Gender Links (2012),  p.5
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