Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Justice has said it will install a fingerprint system so witnesses are no longer needed to testify on the identity of a woman in court.The system would be part of changes designed to encourage the employment and presence of women in court rooms and legal directorates, reported Al-Madinah newspaper.”The ministry is opening women's sections in its directorates and facilities. The women's offices will be fully equipped and segregated. The ministry is trying to offer employment opportunities for women to fill a large number of vacancies,” said a source.In Saudi Arabia, females visiting any government agency or court are obliged to bring men as witnesses to testify to their identity.