In this Friday, Dec. 21, 2012 photo, Indonesian women shout slogans during a protest demanding District Chief Aceng Fikri to step down, in Garut, West Java, Indonesia. The Supreme Court late last month recommended that the president dismiss Fikri for violating the marriage law, following a public outrage after he divorced his second teenage wife by text message just four days after their wedding. The response has been seen as a small step forward for women's rights in the secular country where most people practice a moderate form of Islam. The writings on the poster reads "Garut District Chief must step down or there will be no more virgins." (AP Photo/Kusumadireza)

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In this Friday, Dec. 21, 2012 photo, Indonesian women shout slogans during a protest demanding District Chief Aceng Fikri to step down, in Garut, West Java, Indonesia. The Supreme Court late last month recommended that the president dismiss Fikri for violating the marriage law, following a public outrage after he divorced his second teenage wife by text message just four days after their wedding. The response has been seen as a small step forward for women's rights in the secular country where most people practice a moderate form of Islam. The writings on the poster reads "Garut District Chief must step down or there will be no more virgins." (AP Photo/Kusumadireza)
In this Friday, Dec. 21, 2012 photo, Indonesian women shout slogans during a protest demanding District Chief Aceng Fikri to step down, in Garut, West Java, Indonesia. The Supreme Court late last month recommended that the president dismiss Fikri for violating the marriage law, following a public outrage after he divorced his second teenage wife by text message just four days after their wedding. The response has been seen as a small step forward for women's rights in the secular country where most people practice a moderate form of Islam. The writings on the poster reads "Garut District Chief must step down or there will be no more virgins." (AP Photo/Kusumadireza)
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