Indonesia sex laws 'no risk to tourists'

By Ananda Teresia, Stefanno Sulaiman and Stanley Widianto
Updated December 12 2022 - 4:03pm, first published 4:02pm
The Indonesian government has sought to reassure foreign visitors about new sex laws there. (Paul Miller/AAP PHOTOS)
The Indonesian government has sought to reassure foreign visitors about new sex laws there. (Paul Miller/AAP PHOTOS)

Visitors to Bali will not be put at risk by Indonesia's newly ratified criminal code, the island's governor says, dismissing concerns that revised laws which include articles criminalising sex outside marriage may scare away tourists from its shores.

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