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Wahlberg says the law is designed to target pimps, but admits it's not foolproof. Most of those nabbed by the law are middle managers; the masterminds run the show from abroad, over cell phone and email.
Women who sell or have sold sex, like Pye Jakobsson, say the “procurement law,” as the anti-pimping legislation is known, can make it difficult for sex workers to find safe places to work or even to keep their apartments.
“Under the pimping laws, if a landlord finds out someone is selling sex in one of his apartments that he rents out, he has to evict them or he will be charged with pimping,” said Jakobsson, who runs the pro-prostitution advocacy group the Rose Alliance and is the president of the Global Network of Sex Work Projects.
Wahlberg insists that this interpretation is erroneous, although the law itself clearly carves out such overly broad powers (which can and are also used against hotels) on what it calls “procuring.” Still, she and other Swedish government officials who oversee the country's sex industry regulations say they couldn't think of a single such case.
New law regulating prostitution takes effect in Valencia.
From now on, customers will be fined and prostitutes will escape punishment.
It’s often a shock for first time visitors to Spain to see prostitutes openly plying their wares in full public view, but prostitution is not illegal, and police in many areas are powerless to do more than check that residency paperwork is fully legal and that age regulations are being complied with.
The city administration has responded to complaints from residents by passing new laws concerning street prostitutes, which came into force in Valencia on Tuesday, meaning that from now on only customers will be fined and the prostitutes themselves will escape punishment.
Other cities across Spain are also implementing regulations regulating the activities of prostitutes within their own local communities.
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Clubbing Together, Brothels in Spain and Spanish Culture.
In 2003, Spain’s Institute of National Statistics (INE) showed that just over one in four Spanish men under the age of 49 had experienced sex with a prostitute – with one in fifteen having done so within the previous year. This was backed up by Maribel Montano of the ruling PSOE party who claimed in 2007 that: ‘every day 1.5 million men pay for sex’ in Spain. In fact, there are an estimated 300,000 prostitutes working in Spain possibly turning over around 40 billion Euros per year, which roughly equates to the country’s education budget. For good reason, Spain is sometimes dubbed the ‘Brothel of Europe’.
Certainly, the openness and extent of prostitution can be a surprise to north Europeans who still cling to the myth of Spain as a prim and proper, old-fashioned, hard line, Catholic country. This notion is swiftly dispelled as you drive at night along any main road out of a large town or city. In the outskirts, and often close to industrial estates, you will come across brightly lit buildings that normally have a garish neon sign pronouncing ‘Club’. These are brothels in all but name and house, sometimes, up to a hundred or more prostitutes. Called Clubes de Alterne (socialising clubs) by the Spanish, their location and nature are openly known and tolerated by the police, authorities and local population.
The clubs, of course, vary hugely and span the whole spectrum of prostitution from its lowest depths to a brothel system that is reasonably fair and transparent within a deeply emotive industry. At their worst, the Clubes de Alterne are controlled by criminal gangs who have trafficked women from Third World countries on the promise of conventional work. Deprived of their passports and physically intimidated, the women are forced to work as prostitutes, whilst earning their bosses huge sums. Indeed, the International Labour Organisation in 2005 calculated that a forced sex worker would earn 67,200 Euros a year in an industrialised country.
In Spain, there have been calls for prostitution to be legalised and regulated. However in 2007, after three years assessment, the parliamentary commission appointed by the socialist government was unable to come to a conclusion and prostitution was left in a legal limbo, being declared neither fully legal nor illegal.
The arguments for and against the legalisation of prostitution have always been complicated, not least by the universal recognition that prostitution is an industry that is almost impossible to completely stamp out. There is also the problem of interfering with the rights of consenting adults within a democracy. In this regard, Jose Luis Roberto Navarro, Head of Security for the Asociacion Nacional de Empresarios de Locales Alterne (ANELA), states: ‘all the women working in the 200 clubs of our association do so voluntarily. Indeed, many immigrant women now coming to work in Spain as prostitutes know beforehand exactly what they are coming to do. The 2007 removal of many EU border controls has stopped most of the trafficking – at least from European countries.’

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