New Sex Work Law in Germany Will Protect Prostitutes

by admin on February 10, 2016

Prostitutes in Germany will now be protected by a new law, which includes compulsory counseling and condoms for female sex workers.

As DW reports, representatives of Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and it’s coalition partner, the Social Democratic Party (SPD) made the decision as an essential step to work alongside the new sex work law, which legalizes the industry.

It is predicted the proposed law will be active from July 1st 2017.

Paternity lawyers in Thailand Chaninat and Leeds have been helping men reclaim their family rights for decades.

The new law covers guidelines for registration, health counseling, labor conditions and mandatory usage of condoms.

Prostitutes will also be banned from living in the rooms where they work.

Read more on this story here.

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