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Sunday, July 14, Email Print. Sex workers have allegedly been operating more openly since the country shut down its compulsory rehab centers, but experts are quick to note that poverty is the root cause of the problem. Female employees clad in bikinis caught sitting beside guests during a recent police raid on a karaoke parlor in Ho Chi Minh City's Binh Thanh District. Prostitution has reportedly increased nationwide over the past year since prostitutes who are caught hooking no longer have to serve compulsory terms at rehabilitation centers.
I can't earn enough doing anything else. Like us on Facebook and scroll down to share your comment. Meanwhile, facing intensifying prostitution nationwide, government officials and experts are still divided as to how to tackle the issue.
According to a parliamentary resolution which took effect in July of last year, sex workers no longer have to serve compulsory terms at rehabilitation centers. Prostitution remains illegal and sex workers may be fined VND, for their first offence and up to VND5 million for repeat offences. According to a government decree, those found paying for sex may be fined between VND,VND5 million, depending on the circumstances. Why did you report in general without mentioning details?
Police believed that several rooms were being used for sex, but failed to catch anyone red-handed. Earlier, local media launched several investigations that found sex workers operating rampantly in Binh Thanh, as well as in tourist towns known for prostitution like Quat Lam and Do Son in the north. At the teleconference, Phuc instructed the three cities and provinces to officially censure the chiefs of their respective district police due to the pervasive prostitution in those localities that has been widely reported by the media recently.
He said there are more than , technically legitimate establishments, often hotels, restaurants and karaoke and massage parlors, which employ 60, female employees, 7, of which are suspected of being sex workers. Nguyen Thanh Long, deputy minister of Health said there were , patients living with HIV as of the end of May, including 4, new cases reported in the first five months of this year.