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Thursday, April 14, 2005

Canadian MPs to Visit Hungary?

In their continuing interest in individual freedom and liberalizing the economy, several politicians have recommended that Canada legalize prostitution. Some have even gone so far as to recommend a junket to the Netherlands, Sweden, and Las Vegas study the possibilities.

It looks as if they will have to add Hungary to the itinerary:
The Hungarian Interior Ministry looks set to allow prostitutes to tout for business in shopping malls, local media reported.

The ministry is thinking of allowing dedicated shopping centres where prostitutes could strike deals for sex as long as they move to a place of their own to carry out the transaction, the daily Nepszabadsag said.

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