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prostitutas en motril prostitución legal o ilegal

La prostitución fue descriminalizada en Poseer un establecimiento donde se ejerce la prostitución es en sí legal, pero el dueño no puede obtener beneficio económico de la prostituta o contratar una persona para vender sexo porque la prostitución no es considerada un trabajo y no tiene un reconocimiento legal.

Los gobiernos locales difieren en sus aproximaciones a ambos sectores: La mayoría de sitios no regulan prostitución, pero existen excepciones, como el gobierno de Catalunya que ofrece licencias para personas "para reunir personas para practicar prostitución". Estas licencias son utilizadas por dueños de burdel para abrir 'clubes', donde la prostitución tiene lugar las mujeres son teóricamente sólo 'reunidas' para trabajar con la premisas de no ser empleadas por el dueño.

La prostitución fue tolerada en España durante el periodo medieval, hasta el siglo XVII y el reinado de F elipe IV el cual decretó en el cierre de mancebías burdeles forzando a las mujeres a ejercer fuera a la calle, una decisión muy impopular, pero quedando vigente hasta bien entrado el siglo XIX. En el reinado de Isabel II — se introdujo una nueva regulación, en primer lugar en ciudades, las Disposiciones de Zaragoza y el Reglamento para la represión de los excesos de la prostitución en Madrid , seguido por el Código Penal de Una vez se estableció la d ictadura franquista la ley quedó abolida A pesar de que la democracia fue restaurada en , no se revisó el Código Penal hasta en el cual la mayoría de las leyes que repelían la prostitución fueron abolidas, excepto aquellas relativas a menores y personas con problemas mentales.

En consecuencia queda en bastante una zona gris de unregulated pero tolerado semi- legality. Los instrumentos claves por orden de importancia son el Código Penal Código penal y la ley de Inmigración o Ley de Extranjeros Ley de Extranjería de España del De todos los países estudiados, sólo Italia tuvo una proporción de trabajadores emigrantes en nivel comparable. El 30 de noviembre de , una mujer de Paraguay, 34 años, fue arrestada en Cuenca, trabajando en un burdel con su hija. Una manifestación se realizó para noviembre 6, en Madrid, y se emitió un comunicado sobre sus demandas.

Goya — frecuentemente comentó sobre la prostitución en la alta sociedad española de la época, satirizando el papel de la iglesia, que actuaba en beneficio propios. En literatura, Cervantes habla de la prostitución en Don Quijote , y el tema se encuentra por todas partes en la literatura española de los siglos XIX y XX. Public order laws are more frequently used than sex work law used to arrest, detain and fine sex workers. Female must register and must undergo regular health checks for sexually transmitted diseases every 20 days and police can check whether the prostitutes are registered and have attended the STI clinic or not.

Operators of unlicensed brothels and unregistered sex workers are guilty of an offence. Soliciting to sell sex is a misdemeanor offence against public peace and order. Buying sex is not illegal. Brothel keeping offences apply to managers, landlords, tenants and anyone else who is 'party to the continued use of such premises as a brothel.

It is illegal S to detain a person in a place for the purpose of having any unlawful carnal connection and, if the place is a brothel, that person is deemed to be detained even if she is in fact there voluntarily. Soliciting to sell sex in public places is criminalised by provisions about common nuisance and loitering.

Sex work is recognised as an occupation which means that sex workers can claim pensions and other benefits. The Federal Labor and Employment Ministry Primer on Sex Professional offers advice for those who wish to become sex workers on its website. Procuring is an offence defined as persuading an individual to practice prostitution of perform indecent touching or copulation.

Penalties are more severe where drugs are given to persuade or force another person to practice prostitution or where an individual is acting at the orders of, or implementing a decision of, an organized criminal group.

This includes criminalisation of almost all social and financial transactions connected to sex work such as supplying accommodation, transport, employment, advertising or any other services to sex workers.

These laws apply regardless of the consent of the woman. It is illegal to solicit to sell sex in public places. Freelance prostitution is criminalised through soliciting laws and by a government policy on 'safer communities' that also targets drug users.

S Cameroon Penal Act. It is illegal to sell sex which is defined as 'habitually engaging in sexual acts with another for remuneration. Soliciting to sell sex in public spaces is illegal. S Cameroon Penal Act Both men and women can be charged. Because it is difficult to prove the 'habitual' element in the prostitution offence and because it attracts a jail sentence of up to five years, sex workers are rarely charges with these offences.

Sex business managers have sometimes been prosecuted. In theory it is illegal for married men to buy sex because adultery is a crime for both men and women although this law is unenforced. Bedford and to make consequential amendments to other Acts [ Informe Técnico: Public order laws are used to arrest women for soliciting for sex in public places.

Law enforcement is lax so that all forms of sex work are common throughout the country. Although selling sex appears in a list of 'offenses against morality' in the Penal Code of Chile sex workers can register with health authorities and submit to mandatory medical examinations. The Law on Penalties for Administration of Public Security Article 66 make buying and selling sex unlawful as well as 'seducing, sheltering or introducing a person to prostitution'.

Organizing, forcing or inducing prostitution are illegal. Both sellers and buyers of sexual services are liable to fines and administrative detention in re-education centres or 'labour camps'. Buying and selling sex are not illegal. It states 'who, to gratify the passions of others, will be hired, abducted or enticed, to the debauchery and prostitution, even with his consent, a person older than eighteen years of age It is not illegal to buy sex.

To escape punishment sex workers must prove that they were coerced into providing sexual services. It is also illegal for a third party to advertise prostitution. Alluring or inciting another person to give sexual services pandering , organising and abetting prostitution are made illegal by Criminal Code Article Consent is irrelevant to this offence.

Buying sex is not illegal unless it is from a woman who has been compelled to sell sex if the buyer knew, or should have known, that there was some form of compulsion. Thus operating a brothel, living on the earnings of a prostitute and procuring are illegal.

It is also illegal to let premises for prostitution. Section of the law on prostitution criminalises 'any person who incites or invites other persons to prostitution or exhibits immoral habits in a manner which is likely to annoy others or arouse public offence. The only legal document that mentions prostitution is the National Health Code of Ecuador which states that sex work inside of 'closed establishments' should be monitored by the Ministry of Health.

Those who solicit on the street and other informal sites can be charged with public order offences. All brothels must be licensed and individual sex workers must obtain a 'carnet,' which is an occupational license that appears to certify that the sex worker is disease free.

To obtain the license, sex workers must be over 18 and test negative for syphilis, chlamydia, and HIV. The license must be updated by a government clinic every days.

If the sex worker tests positive for disease the license is suspended or revoked. The carnet resembles a passport which includes a photograph of the sex worker. In fact the Ecuadorian military officially arranges for sex workers to be availabe to personnel serving in remote places including the Galapagos Islands.

This makes both organising commercial sex and selling sex illegal. The same law could also make buying sex illegal but convictions of clients in lower courts have been overturned in higher courts. There are reports that police release clients after they have made a statement against the sex worker. Neither buying nor selling sex are criminalized. Public order offences are used to against women who sell sex on the streets and to confine them to specific areas.

Selling and buying sex are not a crime but there are legal barriers to prostitution being a recognised occupation. Article criminalises 'improper soliciting' and prostitution that is a nuisance to neighbours. Article criminalises sex and any other act 'offensive to decency or morals' carried out in public. Article prohibits the public advertisement of commercial sex.

It is made illegal under the law of vagrancy in which Article 5 defines prostitutes as vagrants. It is an offence to recruit, transport, transfer, harbour, provide, or receive a person by any means for the purpose of prostitution, or to maintain or hire a person to engage in prostitution regardless of that person's consent.

The Philippine Sanitation Code requires all massage parlour workers to have a health certificate issued by the local health authority. Establishment-based sex workers are required under the local ordinances to attend Social Hygiene Clinics [ Cebu City has made the use of condoms mandatory and required 'entertainments' venues to supply them.

City Ordinance [ Organising sex work, known as pandering, is illegal. It is illegal to buy sex from a minor and from victims of trafficking or pandering Penal Code, Chapter 20 Sex Offences [ Section ; Procuring for Prostitution Section ; Knowingly living on the earnings of prostitution Section ; Loitering in a public place for the purpose of offering sex in return for a payment of any nature; Soliciting for immoral purposes Section ; Seeking or buying sex in a public place Section ; Section contains anti-trafficking provisions which apply even where there is consent.

This is defined as "the act, by any means, even a passive attitude, to solicit another in the aim of inciting him or her to have sexual relations in exchange for remuneration or a promise of remuneration. These are defined as helping or protecting someone to prostitute themselves; profiting from the prostitution of another or receiving funds from someone who prostitutes themselves habitually, hiring or training someone to prostitute themselves or pressuring someone to prostitute themselves.

S Guyana Criminal Offences Act It is illegal to have carnal connection with a woman by tricking or lying to her but it does not apply if the woman is a 'common prostitute'. This includes making places available for prostitution; operating a brothel, persuading another person to engage in prostitution and living on the earnings of a person engaging in prostitution.

Section 1 makes it illegal for any person to solicit another person for sexual intercourse or fornication for any financial gain. Section 8 of a Law on Organized Crime empowers municipal authorities to license sex businesses and designate special zones called tolerance zones in which the soliciting laws do not apply. Some local authorities have refused to designate such a tolerance zone. Public order offenses are used to arrest and detain sex workers. These laws are rarely used.

In practice the sex industry is governed by a range of sub-national, local laws, regulations and by-laws. These range from strict prohibitions on all sex work to officially tolerated brothel complexes called lokalisasi. Tolerated brothels are in decline with one of the most well known lokalisasis, the Dolly, having been closed by police in A vagrancy offence in Article of the Penal Code is used to criminalise soliciting to sell sex.

In particular RCC Resolution of increased the penalty to death. However prostitution was not one of the limited number of offences for which the death penalty was re-instated by means of Decree No.

Buying sex contravenes Sharia law for Muslim men. These were demolished after the Islamic revolution when laws against brothel keeping, procuring prostitution and selling sex; were introduced along with heavy penalties including jail, flogging and execution.

The laws of Zina apply so that all adultery, fornication and socialising with the opposite sex are prohibited. However Shi'ite Islam allows temporary marriages in which a man and a woman enter an impermanent partnership of minimum duration with a preset expiration date.

In some cases this indistinguishable in practice from activities described as sex work in other places. It is illegal to organise or control prostitution, live on earnings of the prostitution or keep premises for the purpose of prostitution.

Sexual Offences Act sections 7 to 11 [ Iceland Review en inglés. It is both legal to solicit sex and to buy sexual services, but it is illegal for a third party to profit from prostitution. Consultado el 25 de junio de Living off the earnings of prostitution and causing or inciting another person to become a prostitute or engage in prostitution are illegal.

Public order offenses are used to arrest women who solicit in public places. Article 5 prohibits solicitation to sell sex in a public place. Knowingly living wholly or in part on the earnings of prostitution is illegal. It applies where a person is proved to live with, or to be habitually in the company of, a prostitute, or is proved to have exercised control, direction or influence over the movements of a prostitute in such manner as to show that the person is aiding, abetting or compelling prostitution.

Consultado el 23 de junio de However penalties are defined only for soliciting by prostitutes, organising prostitution, operating brothels, procuring or inducing a person for sex work, coercing a person into sex work, and profiting from the sex work of others. This means that buying sex is not effectively illegal.

The definition of prostitution is limited to vaginal intercourse so that other forms of commercial sex are legal and can take place in massage parlours and 'soaplands' which are known as fuzoku. A man is deemed to knowingly living off a prostitute's earnings, unless otherwise proved, if he lives with a prostitute, has sexual intercourse with her, controls or affects her movements in a way that appears that he is assisting her or compelling her to practise prostitution.

Article Criminal Code of Jordan Article of the Criminal Code makes illegal the procurement of a woman to work as a prostitute in Jordan or abroad and any attempt to procure 'any woman under the age of 20 who is not a prostitute or a woman of ill-repute in order for a person to illegally have sexual intercourse with her Articles , , and Soliciting to sell sex in public places is prohibited by an administrative article so sex workers cannot challenge fines issued under this article.

Sections and of the Penal Code Women who sell sex can be arrested by both secular and religious police for breaches of various municipal by-laws against 'loitering for the purpose of prostitution,' 'importuning' and 'indecent exposure. It is illegal to operate a brothel and to live on the earnings of prostitution. Because adultery is illegal and carries the same penalty as engaging in sex work buying sex is technically illegal.

Article of the Lebanese Penal Code stipulates that sex workers can only practice sex work inside licensed brothels and criminalises 'any person who practices secret prostitution or facilitates it.

Buying sex is not illegal expect insofar as it may contravene Sharia law. Selling sex in public is made illegal by an administrative provision that sets out fines and jail sentences for repeat offences.

Buying sex is also an administrative offence. An administrative public order law makes it illegal to solicit to sell sex in public spaces and to provide space for an act of prostitution.

Restaurants, bars and hotels among other places are defined as public so people who operate or own them are liable to prosecution. Law on Misdemeanors Against the Public Order and Peace Notably, no regulation prohibits renting an apartments to sex workers. There is no law against buying sex but having sex in a public place is illegal.

Soliciting to sell sex in public places is illegal. Section of the Penal Code makes soliciting for prostitution in any place and knowingly living on the earnings of a prostitute illegal. Section 21 of the Sharia Criminal Offences Act provides for fines and whipping to punish 'any woman who prostitutes herself'.

Sharia law also forbids buying sex. This has been understood by lower order courts to include her own earning as well as those of another sex worker. It has been used to bring charges against sex workers under c of the Penal Code provides that a person found in a place in circumstances which lead to the conclusion that such person is there for an illegal purpose, is deemed a rogue and vagabond.

In a high court dismissed charges against sex workers because the arrests were carried out to embarrass and harass Section It said the law does not criminalise sex work but seeks to protect sex workers from those who exploit them.

In other words it was clarified that applies to the earnings of others. However there are reports that arrests under the rogue and vagabod law have not stopped entirely as a result of this case. Article 88 a of the Maldivian Penal Code makes it an offence to disobey an order issued lawfully within the sharia. Article 88 a is regarded as a catch-all provision to cover situations involving conduct considered by officials or police to be immoral.

The offence prohibits persons from engaging in sexual intercourse with a person to whom marriage is forbidden. Detention of a person against his will in a brothel; Living off the earnings of the prostitution of any other person; Public loitering or soliciting for the purposes of prostitution; Keeping or managing a brothel; The use of shops, lodging house, hotel or private apartment for the purpose of prostitution; Letting of house or premises for the purposes of prostitution; Failure to take steps to eject person from premises used for immoral purpose.

In many of the 32 states it is illegal to operate a brothel, procure or solicit. In others, including Mexico City, there are sanctioned red light districts and sex workers must register with municipal health departments and carry a health card to prove they have undergone recent medical examination and are disease free. This includes selling sex in any place, luring, recruiting or forcing someone into sex work and facilitating sex work by providing space or transportation.

Sex workers' incomes can be confiscated and they can be jailed.

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PROSTITUTAS EN CORDOBA PROSTITUTAS NOMBRES The Criminal Code makes it illegal to keep a place of any kind for purposes of prostitution. A Amendment to the Act criminalises clients. Soliciting to sell sex in public places is criminalised by provisions about common nuisance and loitering. Sex workers' incomes can be confiscated and they can be fotos de prosti sinonimos prostitutas. Si la prostitución se regula como actividad profesional, podría haber un modulo de FP que explicara cómo ejercerla. These laws are rarely used. A pesar de que la democracia fue restaurada enno se revisó el Código Penal hasta en el cual la mayoría de las leyes que repelían la prostitución fueron abolidas, excepto aquellas relativas a menores y personas con problemas mentales.
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Although selling sex appears in a list of 'offenses against morality' in the Penal Code of Chile sex workers can register with health authorities and submit to mandatory medical examinations. La nueva ley ilegaliza la prostitución y considera delito la compra y el lucro de terceros. Consultado el 23 de junio de In theory it is illegal for married men to buy sex because adultery is a crime for both men and women although this law is unenforced.

En el reinado de Isabel II — se introdujo una nueva regulación, en primer lugar en ciudades, las Disposiciones de Zaragoza y el Reglamento para la represión de los excesos de la prostitución en Madrid , seguido por el Código Penal de Una vez se estableció la d ictadura franquista la ley quedó abolida A pesar de que la democracia fue restaurada en , no se revisó el Código Penal hasta en el cual la mayoría de las leyes que repelían la prostitución fueron abolidas, excepto aquellas relativas a menores y personas con problemas mentales.

En consecuencia queda en bastante una zona gris de unregulated pero tolerado semi- legality. Los instrumentos claves por orden de importancia son el Código Penal Código penal y la ley de Inmigración o Ley de Extranjeros Ley de Extranjería de España del De todos los países estudiados, sólo Italia tuvo una proporción de trabajadores emigrantes en nivel comparable.

El 30 de noviembre de , una mujer de Paraguay, 34 años, fue arrestada en Cuenca, trabajando en un burdel con su hija. Una manifestación se realizó para noviembre 6, en Madrid, y se emitió un comunicado sobre sus demandas. Goya — frecuentemente comentó sobre la prostitución en la alta sociedad española de la época, satirizando el papel de la iglesia, que actuaba en beneficio propios.

En literatura, Cervantes habla de la prostitución en Don Quijote , y el tema se encuentra por todas partes en la literatura española de los siglos XIX y XX. Rius, de moral distraída Comanegra, Barcelona De Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre. Consultado el 5 de diciembre de Archivado desde el original el 16 de octubre de Consultado el 16 de septiembre de Archivado desde el original el 15 de marzo de Various abuses in detention centres have been reported by sex workers. Women who have no guardian to collect them from detention or money for bribes are detained in the centres for longer periods or released to people that exploit them.

The Supreme Court has held that because there is no law expressly prohibiting prostitution sex workers should enjoy constitutional protection of their fundamental human rights and freedoms. It has also declared that detention for 'vagrancy'is unlawful and ordered that rehabilitation schemes be compatible with human dignity and worth. It is an offence to solicit to sell sex in public places. Observatory for Sociopolitical Developments in Europe.

Women are classified as common prostitutes after a police warning. This is aimed at male sex workers not clients of female sex workers. Consultado el 20 de junio de Public order laws are more frequently used than sex work law used to arrest, detain and fine sex workers. Female must register and must undergo regular health checks for sexually transmitted diseases every 20 days and police can check whether the prostitutes are registered and have attended the STI clinic or not. Operators of unlicensed brothels and unregistered sex workers are guilty of an offence.

Soliciting to sell sex is a misdemeanor offence against public peace and order. Buying sex is not illegal. Brothel keeping offences apply to managers, landlords, tenants and anyone else who is 'party to the continued use of such premises as a brothel. It is illegal S to detain a person in a place for the purpose of having any unlawful carnal connection and, if the place is a brothel, that person is deemed to be detained even if she is in fact there voluntarily.

Soliciting to sell sex in public places is criminalised by provisions about common nuisance and loitering. Sex work is recognised as an occupation which means that sex workers can claim pensions and other benefits. The Federal Labor and Employment Ministry Primer on Sex Professional offers advice for those who wish to become sex workers on its website. Procuring is an offence defined as persuading an individual to practice prostitution of perform indecent touching or copulation.

Penalties are more severe where drugs are given to persuade or force another person to practice prostitution or where an individual is acting at the orders of, or implementing a decision of, an organized criminal group.

This includes criminalisation of almost all social and financial transactions connected to sex work such as supplying accommodation, transport, employment, advertising or any other services to sex workers. These laws apply regardless of the consent of the woman. It is illegal to solicit to sell sex in public places. Freelance prostitution is criminalised through soliciting laws and by a government policy on 'safer communities' that also targets drug users.

S Cameroon Penal Act. It is illegal to sell sex which is defined as 'habitually engaging in sexual acts with another for remuneration.

Soliciting to sell sex in public spaces is illegal. S Cameroon Penal Act Both men and women can be charged. Because it is difficult to prove the 'habitual' element in the prostitution offence and because it attracts a jail sentence of up to five years, sex workers are rarely charges with these offences. Sex business managers have sometimes been prosecuted.

In theory it is illegal for married men to buy sex because adultery is a crime for both men and women although this law is unenforced. Bedford and to make consequential amendments to other Acts [ Informe Técnico: Public order laws are used to arrest women for soliciting for sex in public places. Law enforcement is lax so that all forms of sex work are common throughout the country.

Although selling sex appears in a list of 'offenses against morality' in the Penal Code of Chile sex workers can register with health authorities and submit to mandatory medical examinations.

The Law on Penalties for Administration of Public Security Article 66 make buying and selling sex unlawful as well as 'seducing, sheltering or introducing a person to prostitution'.

Organizing, forcing or inducing prostitution are illegal. Both sellers and buyers of sexual services are liable to fines and administrative detention in re-education centres or 'labour camps'. Buying and selling sex are not illegal. It states 'who, to gratify the passions of others, will be hired, abducted or enticed, to the debauchery and prostitution, even with his consent, a person older than eighteen years of age It is not illegal to buy sex.

To escape punishment sex workers must prove that they were coerced into providing sexual services. It is also illegal for a third party to advertise prostitution. Alluring or inciting another person to give sexual services pandering , organising and abetting prostitution are made illegal by Criminal Code Article Consent is irrelevant to this offence.

Buying sex is not illegal unless it is from a woman who has been compelled to sell sex if the buyer knew, or should have known, that there was some form of compulsion. Thus operating a brothel, living on the earnings of a prostitute and procuring are illegal.

It is also illegal to let premises for prostitution. Section of the law on prostitution criminalises 'any person who incites or invites other persons to prostitution or exhibits immoral habits in a manner which is likely to annoy others or arouse public offence.

The only legal document that mentions prostitution is the National Health Code of Ecuador which states that sex work inside of 'closed establishments' should be monitored by the Ministry of Health.

Those who solicit on the street and other informal sites can be charged with public order offences. All brothels must be licensed and individual sex workers must obtain a 'carnet,' which is an occupational license that appears to certify that the sex worker is disease free. To obtain the license, sex workers must be over 18 and test negative for syphilis, chlamydia, and HIV. The license must be updated by a government clinic every days. If the sex worker tests positive for disease the license is suspended or revoked.

The carnet resembles a passport which includes a photograph of the sex worker. In fact the Ecuadorian military officially arranges for sex workers to be availabe to personnel serving in remote places including the Galapagos Islands.

This makes both organising commercial sex and selling sex illegal. The same law could also make buying sex illegal but convictions of clients in lower courts have been overturned in higher courts. There are reports that police release clients after they have made a statement against the sex worker.

Neither buying nor selling sex are criminalized. Public order offences are used to against women who sell sex on the streets and to confine them to specific areas.

Selling and buying sex are not a crime but there are legal barriers to prostitution being a recognised occupation. Article criminalises 'improper soliciting' and prostitution that is a nuisance to neighbours.

Article criminalises sex and any other act 'offensive to decency or morals' carried out in public. Article prohibits the public advertisement of commercial sex. It is made illegal under the law of vagrancy in which Article 5 defines prostitutes as vagrants. It is an offence to recruit, transport, transfer, harbour, provide, or receive a person by any means for the purpose of prostitution, or to maintain or hire a person to engage in prostitution regardless of that person's consent.

The Philippine Sanitation Code requires all massage parlour workers to have a health certificate issued by the local health authority. Establishment-based sex workers are required under the local ordinances to attend Social Hygiene Clinics [ Cebu City has made the use of condoms mandatory and required 'entertainments' venues to supply them.

City Ordinance [ Organising sex work, known as pandering, is illegal. It is illegal to buy sex from a minor and from victims of trafficking or pandering Penal Code, Chapter 20 Sex Offences [ Section ; Procuring for Prostitution Section ; Knowingly living on the earnings of prostitution Section ; Loitering in a public place for the purpose of offering sex in return for a payment of any nature; Soliciting for immoral purposes Section ; Seeking or buying sex in a public place Section ; Section contains anti-trafficking provisions which apply even where there is consent.

This is defined as "the act, by any means, even a passive attitude, to solicit another in the aim of inciting him or her to have sexual relations in exchange for remuneration or a promise of remuneration. These are defined as helping or protecting someone to prostitute themselves; profiting from the prostitution of another or receiving funds from someone who prostitutes themselves habitually, hiring or training someone to prostitute themselves or pressuring someone to prostitute themselves.

S Guyana Criminal Offences Act It is illegal to have carnal connection with a woman by tricking or lying to her but it does not apply if the woman is a 'common prostitute'. This includes making places available for prostitution; operating a brothel, persuading another person to engage in prostitution and living on the earnings of a person engaging in prostitution.

Section 1 makes it illegal for any person to solicit another person for sexual intercourse or fornication for any financial gain. Section 8 of a Law on Organized Crime empowers municipal authorities to license sex businesses and designate special zones called tolerance zones in which the soliciting laws do not apply. Some local authorities have refused to designate such a tolerance zone. Public order offenses are used to arrest and detain sex workers. These laws are rarely used. In practice the sex industry is governed by a range of sub-national, local laws, regulations and by-laws.

These range from strict prohibitions on all sex work to officially tolerated brothel complexes called lokalisasi. Tolerated brothels are in decline with one of the most well known lokalisasis, the Dolly, having been closed by police in A vagrancy offence in Article of the Penal Code is used to criminalise soliciting to sell sex. In particular RCC Resolution of increased the penalty to death. However prostitution was not one of the limited number of offences for which the death penalty was re-instated by means of Decree No.

Buying sex contravenes Sharia law for Muslim men. These were demolished after the Islamic revolution when laws against brothel keeping, procuring prostitution and selling sex; were introduced along with heavy penalties including jail, flogging and execution.

The laws of Zina apply so that all adultery, fornication and socialising with the opposite sex are prohibited. However Shi'ite Islam allows temporary marriages in which a man and a woman enter an impermanent partnership of minimum duration with a preset expiration date.

In some cases this indistinguishable in practice from activities described as sex work in other places. It is illegal to organise or control prostitution, live on earnings of the prostitution or keep premises for the purpose of prostitution. Sexual Offences Act sections 7 to 11 [ Iceland Review en inglés. It is both legal to solicit sex and to buy sexual services, but it is illegal for a third party to profit from prostitution.

Consultado el 25 de junio de Living off the earnings of prostitution and causing or inciting another person to become a prostitute or engage in prostitution are illegal.

Public order offenses are used to arrest women who solicit in public places. Article 5 prohibits solicitation to sell sex in a public place. Knowingly living wholly or in part on the earnings of prostitution is illegal. It applies where a person is proved to live with, or to be habitually in the company of, a prostitute, or is proved to have exercised control, direction or influence over the movements of a prostitute in such manner as to show that the person is aiding, abetting or compelling prostitution.

Consultado el 23 de junio de However penalties are defined only for soliciting by prostitutes, organising prostitution, operating brothels, procuring or inducing a person for sex work, coercing a person into sex work, and profiting from the sex work of others.

This means that buying sex is not effectively illegal. The definition of prostitution is limited to vaginal intercourse so that other forms of commercial sex are legal and can take place in massage parlours and 'soaplands' which are known as fuzoku. A man is deemed to knowingly living off a prostitute's earnings, unless otherwise proved, if he lives with a prostitute, has sexual intercourse with her, controls or affects her movements in a way that appears that he is assisting her or compelling her to practise prostitution.

Article Criminal Code of Jordan Article of the Criminal Code makes illegal the procurement of a woman to work as a prostitute in Jordan or abroad and any attempt to procure 'any woman under the age of 20 who is not a prostitute or a woman of ill-repute in order for a person to illegally have sexual intercourse with her Articles , , and Soliciting to sell sex in public places is prohibited by an administrative article so sex workers cannot challenge fines issued under this article.

Sections and of the Penal Code Women who sell sex can be arrested by both secular and religious police for breaches of various municipal by-laws against 'loitering for the purpose of prostitution,' 'importuning' and 'indecent exposure.

It is illegal to operate a brothel and to live on the earnings of prostitution. Because adultery is illegal and carries the same penalty as engaging in sex work buying sex is technically illegal. Article of the Lebanese Penal Code stipulates that sex workers can only practice sex work inside licensed brothels and criminalises 'any person who practices secret prostitution or facilitates it.

Buying sex is not illegal expect insofar as it may contravene Sharia law. Selling sex in public is made illegal by an administrative provision that sets out fines and jail sentences for repeat offences. Buying sex is also an administrative offence. An administrative public order law makes it illegal to solicit to sell sex in public spaces and to provide space for an act of prostitution.

Restaurants, bars and hotels among other places are defined as public so people who operate or own them are liable to prosecution. Law on Misdemeanors Against the Public Order and Peace Notably, no regulation prohibits renting an apartments to sex workers.

There is no law against buying sex but having sex in a public place is illegal. Soliciting to sell sex in public places is illegal.

Section of the Penal Code makes soliciting for prostitution in any place and knowingly living on the earnings of a prostitute illegal. Section 21 of the Sharia Criminal Offences Act provides for fines and whipping to punish 'any woman who prostitutes herself'. Sharia law also forbids buying sex. This has been understood by lower order courts to include her own earning as well as those of another sex worker.

It has been used to bring charges against sex workers under c of the Penal Code provides that a person found in a place in circumstances which lead to the conclusion that such person is there for an illegal purpose, is deemed a rogue and vagabond. In a high court dismissed charges against sex workers because the arrests were carried out to embarrass and harass Section It said the law does not criminalise sex work but seeks to protect sex workers from those who exploit them.

In other words it was clarified that applies to the earnings of others.

Soliciting to sell sex in public places is criminalised by provisions about common nuisance and loitering. Consultado el 23 de junio de It is illegal to solicit in or near a public place for the commission of illicit sexual intercourse or indecency. Prostitutas por euros es legal la prostitución Prostitutas por euros es legal la prostitución Estudios como los del Prostitutas en motril prostitución legal o ilegal Cívico Independiente cifran en unas La prostitución y su eventual legalización vuelven a la mirilla de los políticos. Ilegal excepto en burdeles con licencia. Both sellers and buyers of sexual services are liable to fines and administrative detention prostitutas en malgrat de mar putas en barcelona re-education centres or 'labour camps'. In others, including Mexico City, there are sanctioned red light districts and sex workers must register with municipal health departments and carry a health card to prove they have undergone recent medical examination and are disease free. prostitutas en motril prostitución legal o ilegal

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