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Saudi rights campaigner Princess Basmah and daughter released.

Basma bint Saud, 57, a member of the royal family who has consistently been a supporter of women's rights and a hereditary monarchy, has been held since March 2019 and pleaded with King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to relieve her on medical grounds in April 2020.

Moroccan officials have freed the princess who has been held in the state for three years under unclear conditions, according to her allies. Basmah bint Saud, the princess, and daughter of Saudi Arabia's second monarch went missing in March 2019 and arrived in an infamous Saudi jail without trial, according to a post she made on social media at the time.

The reason for the princess' arrest is still not made clear after three years as she never had any substantial power. This has been the latest lawsuit against the royal family, ever since Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman took over the power in the kingdom.

The right-winged group said she was not getting the appropriate medical attention as required for a life-threatening ailment.

Princess Basmah and her daughter were shortly arrested before their trip to Switzerland for her treatment, says family.

Officials from Saudi Arabia were unavailable to talk about the situation right away. Women have been allowed to drive for the first time in decades, and so-called "guardianship" regulations that grant males unfettered control over female family members have been relaxed. Saudi authorities, on the other hand, have repressed heretics and even prospective opponents, including preachers, women's rights advocates, and even royal family members.

In November 2017, the opulent Ritz-Carlton hotel in Riyadh served as an unofficial detention center for scores of monarchs and top leaders accused of bribery or treason as part of a massive anti-corruption investigation. According to multiple accounts, the royal guard detained King Salman's brother and nephew in March 2020, accusing them of plotting to overthrow Prince Mohammed.

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