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New proposal to legalise prostitution in Czech Republic. Earlier this year, the opposition Pirate Party, with the support of several NGOs and civic associations, reopened the long-standing debate with a proposal to regulate and de-facto legalise prostitution in the Czech Republic. To be able to regulate prostitution, the Pirate Party highlighted that the Czech Republic would have to leave the United Nations Convention on sex-trade, officially known as the Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of the Prostitution of Others.
The current Czech government, however, appears unwilling to move in that direction. Reacting to the proposal, Finance Minister Alena Schillerova from the ruling ANO party said that legalising prostitution would not bring 1 billion Kc to the state budget, but half of that, at most — citing estimates from the Czech statistical office. Schillerova pointed out that Czech prostitutes, often registered as freelance workers in other trades for example in massage parlors , were already de-facto taxed by the state.
Schillerova also claimed that legalizing it would further stigmatize prostitutes, who would be forced to officially register as sex-workers. Legalisation of prostitution: a long-standing debate in Czechia. The Czech Republic, as many other countries in Europe, has long debated about whether or not to legalize prostitution, a highly divisive issue among both politicians and the population. Lawmakers have already dealt with, and turned down, similar proposals in the past, including in and , when Prague City Hall proposed a bill to provide prostitutes with licenses, taxation obligations, social insurance and pensions.
For now, however, the status-quo appears to be prevailing, with prostitution itself not illegal per se, contrary to all the organized activities surrounding it brothels, pimping, sex-trafficking, etc. Paying for sex remains a widespread activity in the Czech Republic, with some reports claiming that as many as one in every six Czech men has already used the services of a prostitute.
Most of the brothels are concentrated in Prague, as well as in the regions bordering Germany and Austria in western and northern Bohemia. The Czech Republic is both an important trafficking destination and transit country for women, mainly from Eastern Europe, Asia or the Roma community, forced and sold into prostitution, sometimes at a very young age.