Saudi girls boys sex games
But the two women chosen - judoka Wojdan Shaherkani and and 800m runner Sarah Attar - were widely denounced as ‘prostitutes’ on social media by conservatives.They competed with their hair covered and were accompanied by male guardians.
"A commitment to 'non-discrimination' will be mandatory for all countries hoping to bid for the Olympics in the future," Bach said.
The 19th century statesman and philosopher Alexis de Tocqueville once remarked that the most dangerous moment for despotic regimes is when they try to carry out reforms.
The traditional norms and institutions no longer function, while those that are meant to replace them have yet to become established.
Countries like Saudi Arabia must really work to allow female athletes to 'freely participate."' And IOC spokesman added: "You cannot simply 'outsource' certain issues to another territory".
London 2012 was the first time that Saudi Arabia had sent female athletes to an Olympic Games, under pressure from the IOC.