Pre-marriage courses to curb divorce rate, domestic violence
The Jakarta Post
Couples due to marry will be obliged to undergo a pre-marriage course as part of a campaign to curb divorce rates and domestic violence, says a government official.
Imam Haromain Asyari, head of the East Java Religious Office, said on completing the course, which is expected to last for three weeks, the couple will get a certificate to marry.
He said the course would be compulsory fo...
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