Sabato, 22 Settembre 2018

Salerno mayor steps up anti-prostitution battle


Salerno, May 20 - The mayor of Salerno, who is also
the junior minister for infrastructure in the new Italian
government appointed last month, has passed a measure banning
prostitution in the area of his municipality
Vincenzo De Luca's new law in particular focuses on
prostitution in public areas, which is expressly "banned in
whichever means of behaviour, in public offices, or in spaces
that are visible to the public".
The measures are the latest step in the battle against
prostitution that De Luca began several years ago, also thanks
to the help of the local traffic wardens who are working with
him on beefing up controls all over the municipality's
Particular focus is being placed on commercial activities
along the city's coastline, following complaints to local
authorities of the presence of prostitutes in nightclubs there.
In addition, local enforcement officers have in recent
times steeped up checks being carried out along certain roadways
of the city.
Sanctions for those carrying out activities related to
prostitution remain those introduced in 2008, involving a 500
euro fine.

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