Aceng, ‘nikah siri’ and a weak Marriage Law
Banjarmasin, South Kalimantan | Tue, December 18 2012 | 10:37 am
PREMIUMUnregistered marriages (nikah siri) in Indonesia are a familiar thing, despite the ensuing controversy. The most recent polemic surrounding the issue concerns Garut Regent Aceng Fikri, who has come under fire for marrying a 17-year-old girl, identified only as FO, in an unregistered Islamic marriage ceremony on July 14, only to divorce her via text message four days later.
The case has dra...
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