A recent poll conducted for a women’s magazine found that a majority of Italians support the reopening of brothels in the country. While the idea of reopening these places is controversial, it is also beneficial for the prostitutes, who would not otherwise have to suffer on the streets. The poll resulted in a 85% support rating for Santanche’s initiative. However, the supporters of the initiative were divided into two groups: those who support the practice and those who opposed it.
The Italian government is trying to regulate the prostitution industry. In the 1960s, the Italian parliament passed legislation to make the industry more legal. The law aimed at regulating the industry also includes penalties for prostitution. The penal code states that the practice is a crime, but it does not define what constitutes a prostitution business. Although the word “prostitution” is illegal in Italy, many political parties endorsed the reopening of brothels. Meanwhile, the Vatican opposes the legalization of prostitution in Italy, and many devout Catholic politicians revert to church teachings.
A pro-sex workers bill sponsored by Senator Lina Merlin has been stuck in parliament for several years, but a number of parties have pushed the measure. The law also prohibits brothels from selling food or holding parties, and bans them from being located near places of worship, kindergartens, or schools. This legislation may not be enough to eliminate the issue. But for now, the Italian government is taking steps to combat prostitution and encourage the re-opening of brothels.
Generally, brothels in Italy require advance payment to access the rooms. Some of the smaller towns have individual sessions where the clients are given tickets. These tickets must be purchased in advance. In some towns, you can also pay a token to the maitresse who picks up girls. It is best to pay in advance, though. The last few weeks have seen some of the most violent prostitution in history. It’s not advisable to indulge in the business without consulting a lawyer.
There are no laws governing the practice of prostitution in Italy. While the Vatican has banned prostitution, it does not regulate migrant workers. There are some exceptions to this law, including the need for a license. In other countries, the practice is allowed. But it is still not permitted in any of the Vatican’s cities. And in some Italian cities, brothels are prohibited by law. They are not permitted in some areas.
While it is not legal to prostitution in Italy, the Italian government has tried to prevent the practice. In 1888, a law against prostitution in the country was passed. This law prohibited the selling of food, singing, and dancing in brothels near churches, kindergartens, and schools. This is one of the reasons why so many Italians are still abusing prostitution. This law also does not apply to the sale of sex in the country.