The rule bans sex for all unmarried people
A fabulous ban. In Bali, they want to control the intimate life of tourists
The resort island of Bali plans to adopt an unusual will regulate the intimate life of residents and guests of the region.
Bali is one of the islands of the state of Indonesia. It is located between the Indian and Pacific oceans. It is the world's largest Islamic country with 276 million inhabitants.
Until recently, this state in Southeast Asia was famous for its free morals. The phrase of the model Natalya Knyaginina, the ex-wife of Stas Piekha, who, following the results of the vacation, spoke about & nbsp; & quot; fabulous Bali & quot;, where she rested dissolutely, became winged. Now, apparently, the authorities have taken up the toughening of the order.
The parliamentary vote on the new law will take place in Jakarta on December 15th. The rule would prohibit anyone who is not married from having sex. Violators face up to 1 year in prison. How exactly the authorities will control the implementation of the law is not specified.
Another new norm is the criminalization of homosexuality throughout the country. Now, in especially religious regions, gays and lesbians are already being publicly punished with canes according to Sharia law.
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