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Indonesia's Women's Empowerment and Child Protection Ministry said it was up to individuals if they wanted to use the app because polygamy is legal as long as it can be done in a fair manner.
“For us what is important is whether the women and children are protected in polygamous marriages,” the ministry's spokesman Hasan, who uses one name, told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.
Near the location of the present train station, the ruins of a settlement from the Bronze Age (about 1000 BC) have been excavated.
The Roman road between Salodurum (Solothurn) and Vindonissa passed through the area, along the route now covered by the Bahnhofstrasse.
The app has been downloaded over 10,000 times before it stopped registering new members following concerns of fake accounts were being set up, and men using the site without the knowledge of their first wives.
A new version is set to be launched on 5 October, and will impose stricter rules on users including requiring them to provide an identification card, marital status and a letter of permission from their first wives.
They don't see options for finding second, third or fourth wives,” he said.
Enter “Ayo Poligami” - a new smartphone app developed by Pranayama, which aims to “bring together male users with women who are willing to make 'big families'.” Loosely translated as “Let's do polygamy”, the Tinder-style dating app has already stirred up controversy since its April launch in Indonesia, where over 80 percent of the 250 million population are Muslim and polygamy is legal.
, locally [ˈɑːræʊ]) is a town, a municipality, and the capital of the northern Swiss canton of Aargau.
The only exception is Unterentfelden whose settlements are divided from Aarau by the extensive forests of Gönhard and Zelgli.
Approximately nine-tenths of the city is south of the Aar, and one tenth is to the north. Of this area, 6.3% is used for agricultural purposes, while 34% is forested.
In March 1528 the citizens of Aarau allowed the introduction of Protestantism at the urging of the Bernese.
A growth in population during the 16th Century led to taller buildings and denser construction methods.