According to the company's always an International Plan, the "petition" won the real sale on November 3 in the United States of Lakes, South Sudan, and, including 500 bays, 3 cars and $ 10,000.
"The use of this rugged and brutal technology is taking us to think about the slave markets of the new world …" South Sudan's international plan director, George Otim, said. "Although this great result is a normal thing in the culture of South Sudan, it can not prove anything by that activity – buying a girl is still a child, and passive treatment as a fertilizer for change get money and property. "
Facebook info Mashable that they dissolved after receiving the report on 9 November, although the International Plan stated that the marriage was held on November 3. Continue on Vice President, the article was sent out for a tender from October 25.
The case is & # 39; Following an example of how Facebook has no power to handle information resources, especially since the social network is already in the world's coverage.
"There is no barrier to any trade, whether it is in the form of careers, pages, organizations or advertising on Facebook." As soon as we learned about this post, he went to remove the related items. ", Facebook spokesman said.
Under Southern Sudan law, women and daughters have the right to make decisions about marriage, and children under 18 do not have the right to do so.
In fact, the agency faces a child's wedding Girlfriends not brides explain: "Many South Sudan communities believe that children's marriage is an effective way of protecting girls from a precarious and unwanted problem."
UNICEF estimates that more than half of young women in the southern Sudan must marry before their 18th birthday, even because of their " civil war that led to marriage families as a means of making money. An International Plan wants the South Sudan government to monitor the bridal rup on Facebook.
Taban Abel, East Lakes State Minister for Information Reuters That girl was hiding in her; Juba capital. The case is & # 39; Following an example of how Facebook has no power to handle information resources, especially since the social network is already in the world's coverage.
According to Mashable