A controversial debate is about to engulf Lithuanian society, whose parliament, the Seimas, has taken legislative steps toward following the Swedish approach to sex work — legal for the seller of sex; a criminal act for the buyer. Baltic Times correspondent Rokas M. Tracevskis reports.
VILNIUS — Late in the evening on Dec. 16, 33 Lithuanian MPs gathered in the almost empty parliament and passed a resolution proposing that the cabinet of ministers of Lithuania present a law draft criminalising clients of prostitutes (by making it a crime included in Lithuania&r...
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