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Many are opposing legalization on moral grounds, and at least one nationalist MP has characterized prostitution as a “Western” value that is undermining young people’s understanding of Kazakh culture.Outside of parliament, the debate on legalization has focused mostly on economic questions.
In their open letter—addressed to President Nursultan Nazarbayev’s administration, as well as international organizations, including the UN and OSCE—the sex workers argued that legalization would better protect them from potential harassment and harm done by customers and pimps.
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Data on the number of sex workers in Kazakhstan is hard to come by.
Estimates in recent years have not been made public: the Ministry of Interior does compile such statistics, but the information is classified and for internal use only.
However, there are administrative and criminal penalties for activities related to prostitution, such as soliciting or offering sexual services in public areas, operating a bordello, or engaging in the trafficking of persons for the purpose of sexual exploitation.
(Photo: Almaty City Department of Internal Affairs) Sex workers in Kazakhstan want to make the world’s oldest profession a legal trade.The positions staked out in the Kazakhstani open letter are similar to those advocated by the global rights watchdog Amnesty International’ (AI), which in 2015 came out in support of the decriminalization of all aspects of consensual sex work not involving coercion exploitation or abuse.The concept of regulating the flesh trade is a tough sell for legislators.Some critics worry that legalization would present the wrong image of Kazakhstan to the outside world, and turn the country into an undesired sex-tourism destination.While authorities have condemned prostitution, they have not been able to back their words with deeds.In 2011, officials said there were 4,000 prostitutes working in the country.