Title Indonesia: 1. Is polygamy, under Indonesian law, subject to agreement from the existing wife? 2. Is polygamy forced upon unwilling wives through social pressure or physical violence? 3. Do authorities protect women who have separated from their husbands due to polygamy, from attacks by their husbands and others? 4. Do authorities encourage or coerce women who have separated from their husbands due to polygamy, to reconcile with their husbands? 5. Do Muslim religious leaders and followers target women fleeing polygamous marriages?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 28 July 2011
Country Indonesia
Topics Domestic violence | Polygamy
Citation / Document Symbol IDN39064
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Indonesia: 1. Is polygamy, under Indonesian law, subject to agreement from the existing wife? 2. Is polygamy forced upon unwilling wives through social pressure or physical violence? 3. Do authorities protect women who have separated from their husbands due to polygamy, from attacks by their husbands and others? 4. Do authorities encourage or coerce women who have separated from their husbands due to polygamy, to reconcile with their husbands? 5. Do Muslim religious leaders and followers target women fleeing polygamous marriages? , 28 July 2011, IDN39064, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4f46182b2.html [accessed 19 April 2014]
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