Pimping to be made legal?
'Er Indoors is angry today as news has come through that the Supreme Court is advocating that Indonesian women wishing to marry foreigners are only
Yes, that is the price that we full-blooded expats could be expected to pay into a government bank if a proposal
requiring foreign men to deposit some Rp.500 million before marrying Indonesian female citizens is passed into law following discussions to amend the 1958 Citizenship Law.
Jakartass knows that marriage is an expensive business. Previously I've paid dowries to my wives' families. Now, with a certificate to say that I am law abiding I will be able to tell the many dependents looking for handouts to apply to the government instead.
Presumably, too, there will be tax relief.
Poverty stricken foreigners may like to consider an alternative.
Live in sin.Indonesian slang
for this is kumpul kebo
As for whoever proposed this, because "such a regulation is applied in Egypt
", I would describe him as kampret goblok
(a stupid jerk).
Or typically corrupt.