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LONDON Thomson Reuters Foundation - On average at least two people a day are arrested in France for buying sex under a new law which criminalizes paying for sex and punishes clients rather than sex workers, an international charity said on Thursday. Since the French law to reduce sex trafficking was enacted a year ago, people have been arrested for buying escort, according to the Coalition france the Abolition of Prostitution CAPwhich consists of 18 global charities providing support to victims of sexual exploitation.
To remove the repression of victims, and remove the impunity of the exploiters.
Thery said there are between 30, and 40, sex workers in France - nearly 90 percent of them are victims of human trafficking, mainly from Bulgaria, Romania, China and Nigeria. Thery said shifting the criminal charge from victim to the client was making France less attractive for pimps and traffickers.
He added that the crackdown could push the sex trade to neighboring countries or increase the amount of sex sold over the internet instead, which was harder for authorities to monitor. France follows Northern Ireland, Canada, Sweden, Norway and Iceland in introducing laws deed to punish the client without criminalizing those forced into prostitution.
Many sex workers do not have the right to work in France. The law paved the way for those who want to leave prostitution to receive financial support, access to training and job opportunities, social housing, and residency permits for foreign victims of trafficking. France Updated.