Indonesia passes new penal code that would make adultery and extramarital sex illegal, punishable by jail
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Published: 2022-12-05 11:23 pm
Indonesia passes new penal code that would make adultery and extramarital sex illegal, punishable by jail
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Indonesia passes new penal code that would make adultery and extramarital sex illegal, punishable by jail

JAKARTA, Indonesia -- Indonesia passes new penal code that would make adultery and extramarital sex illegal, punishable by jail.

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