Malaga call-girls have nowhere to go

MALAGA has begun fining prostitutes and their clients, however, the city hall does not plan to let them move to the Arraijanal area, near the Plaza Mayor shopping centre. This moved was proposed by residents and business owners in the areas of the city where prostitution is a major problem, and the prostitutes were willing to consider the possibility.

But residents in the Guadalmar and San Julian areas obviously do not want the problem dumped on their doorstep and have made this known to the city hall.

The area was proposed by the Alameda de Colon and the Guadalhorce Industrial Estate residents because it is well-lit, built-up and easy to access.

Local residents have asked Malaga city hall to determine who regulates prostitution, in the belief that as it is a matter of public order and health, it should be the central government and the Junta de Andalucia.

Meanwhile, prostitutes who continue to work in the abovementioned areas complain that the police are frightening and harassing them, and that they are now unable to make a living.



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