Women in Saudi Arabia have finally been granted the right to drive.
King Salman bin Abdulaziz ordered the change on Tuesday night requesting that drivers licences be issued to women.
The order said it will be effective immediately but the rollout will take months.
A high-level committee of ministers has been set up to examine the arrangements for the enforcement of the order.
According to The Guardian, the committee will take up the recommendations within 30 days from the date of the decree, and will be implemented between 23 and 24 of June 2018, based on the Islamic calendar.
The decree said that women would be allowed to drive “in accordance with the Islamic laws”.