In Indonesia, as in everywhere else in the world, there are many young people who want to have sex before marriage. And if the government makes it difficult for these people to buy condoms, they will have unsafe sex instead, with as results more STD's such as HIV and more unwanted pregnancies (such as the four newborn babies found in Denpasar recently, who were just 'thrown away' in the trash because their young mothers couldn’t care for them).
Making it difficult to buy condoms will just make more people unhealthy in the end - it will not stop most of them from having sex. Is this proposed revision really needed, or even realistic? Think about it, people!