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The Senate committee to reform the Penal Code proposed ending criminal punishment for owners of brothels. The legal experts comprising the panel want to end what they call moral "cynicism" in the current legislation. They say that the ban on brothels only serves to corrupt police officers who extort brothel owners.
The current legislation establishes that brothel owners can be sentenced to 2 to 5 years in jail and fined. Prostitution itself is not a crime, but it is not regulated by the government.
If the change is approved by Congress, it will open the way to legally regulate prostitution. Because it will be possible to establish employment contracts between brothel owners and prostitutes, as occurs now in countries such as Germany and Holland.
Some of the suits against me were filed because I didn't want to bribe some police officers," he said. The proposal to be submitted to the Senate in late May establishes that prostitutes at the brothel must work of their own accord and, of course, cannot be under If brothel owners force a person into prostitution, including cases involving debts, they can be sentenced to 5 to 9 years in prison. The proposal to reform the Penal Code also will enact stricter penalties for sexual exploration of underage children.
The proposal already drawn up by the panel establishes that the sentence for those exploiting underage prostitution will jump from 4 to 10 years in prison. The penalty will be applied to those performing the act and, for the first time, the owner of the brothel.