Madam slams brothel legislation for women and girls’ rights
M인터넷 바카라aurice Lefever, executive secretary of the Montreal Association for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Rights, condemned the “excessive” restrictions placed on the Montreal prostitution trade, which he said is a “major source of revenue.”
The legislation would allow officers to make arrests for prostitution of any sex “regardless of a woman’s age and her clothing.”
This means anyone under 21, a prostitute aged 14 or 17 and girls under 18 would all face an arrest, Lefever said.
The proposal m 카지노was the subject of a meeting of Montreal municipal and provincial assembly members Monday, which ended with dozens of mothers rallying at city hall to oppose it, according to the Canadian Press.
“There was a lot of discussion of decriminalization of prostitution, and it got me to thinking: why not just abolish prostitution completely? Why not decriminalize prostitution?” said mother Sandra Teneo.
The proposal would criminalize both the purchase and possession of prostitutes who work for someone else’s profit and give police the power to arrest and charge anyone for selling them out, rather than merely arrest and char로투스 홀짝ge them for prostitution.
The proposed legislation comes as the Montreal Police Service faces a crisis of crime and the police chief of Montreal says the force should be looking towards “transgender service-workers.”
The proposed legislation was put forward in a hearing in which municipal council members called for Mayor Denis Coderre to support measures to reform the city’s prostitution laws.
A spokesperson for the mayor would not confirm or deny that his administration supports the proposed reforms.
Despite the high level of support, no action is expected in the coming weeks as the Quebec government awaits the results of a court ruling that decriminalized prostitution on Monday.
(H/T: CBC Montreal)