Germany: city bracing for increased prostitution on border with France

Posted on December 17, 2013 • Filed under: Border Crossings, France, Germany, Travel News

France’s decision last week to penalize the clients of prostitutes has led to fears of an “avalanche” of curb crawlers crossing the border to the German town of Saarbrücken. A mega brothel is already being planned in the town. France’s new law is expected to come into force in the second half of next year. Britz, a Social Democrat, also frets about a possible influx of prostitutes from Bulgaria and Romania after January 1st, when workers from two of the poorest countries in the European Union will have the right to work anywhere in the 28-nation bloc. Read Article

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