Monday, April 25, 2011

MYANMAR - In the capital, prostitution is well underway

"Two weeks after the entry into force of rules aimed at eradicating prostitution and karaoke parlors, beauty, music bars and massage parlors in the capital Naypyidaw, the sex industry in the district Pyinmanar full swing as if usual, "wrote the dissident website The Irrawaddy on March 30, the day of the formal handover of the junta to a civilian government.

It is actually not difficult to buy the complacency of the police. The owner of a karaoke on Razahtarni Road - dubbed "Massage Htarni" Road - says pay between 600,000 and 700,000 kyat [between 490 and 570 euros] per month to various administrative authorities. Trade began to flourish in 2006, several months after the removal of the capital from Rangoon.

The most regular customers and those who are more generous, working on construction projects, earn a decent living.

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