Island focus: Makassar bans Valentine’s Day
The Jakarta Post
The Makassar administration in South Sulawesi has officially banned residents from celebrating Valentine’s Day this Wednesday.
The administration has prohibited celebrations from being held, especially in schools and public areas, on the grounds the celebration was not based on the country’s traditions.
“The government has never set Valentine’s Day as an official day and it i...
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