TRIBUNNEWS.COM, BANTAENG – Early marriage (young children), Rs (13) and Ma alias Sm (17) recur and attract public reactions.
Both have a marriage contract in the bride's home on Thursday (08/30/2018) & night.
Rs (13) is known to have just graduated from primary school this year. Meanwhile Ma (17) is a second year student of Vocational High School. The location of the second village is still adjacent, only about 2 kilometers home between the bride and groom.
His second marriage was also justified by one of the neighbors who refused to be named.
"Last night the second marriage, Rs is still very young because he just graduated from primary school," he told TribunBantaeng.com on Friday (31-08-2018).
A number of photographs of both in circulation also illustrate the age of people who are very young to marry. Moreover, it is not certain whether the groom has or has not pocketed, the marriage contribution of the Bantaeng Religious Court.
Because reference is made to Law No. 1 of 1974 on marriage, Article 7 (1) stipulates that marriage is only permitted if the man has reached the age of 19 and the woman has the age of 16. has achieved.
The reason why parents give their blessing
Underage marriage partners between Rs (13) and Ma (17) are still close relatives.
Reski was born on 31 December 2005 in Bantaeng. While Ma was born on 10 April 2002 in Subdistrict Uluere.