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The plan to fine clients of prostitutes has been on the table since December , when it was first introduced to the French parliament. But there it remained due to the fact that senators in the upper house refused to back the amendment.
But on Wednesday the bill, described as a major social reform, went back before MPs at the National Assembly, a majority of whom support the measure and who, importantly, will have the final word on whether or not it becomes law. And as expected MPs gave the green light to a measure that women's rights groups have long called for but prostitutes, who are set to demonstrate outside parliament on Wednesday, fear will only make their lives more dangerous.
The bill will also overturn a law that made it illegal for prostitutes to solicit for sex. So the new law will effectively make the client the criminal for buying sex rather than the prostitute for selling it. But prostitutes themselves say the law will simply force them to work in more secluded areas where clients will feel safe from the eyes of the police. She said prostitutes had already seen the negative impact of the law even before it's been voted through parliament.
Those who attack or rape prostitutes know this and the number of attacks and rapes will only increase". Femen and other women's rights groups support the law to penalize clients. There are an estimated 40, sex workers in France, some 80 to 90 percent of whom are believed to be foreign, with many being victims of trafficking.
By penalizing clients, France joins the likes of Norway, Britain and Sweden where the same law has been in place since But they are moving away from countries like Germany, Belgium and Spain where brothels are legal. Game of Thrones has ended but it lives on in Malta! Find out how and learn two more unexpected facts about this little archipelago in the middle of the Med. France's news in English Search.