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I'm Saddam's first female mayor is pushing to close the curtains on the window of prostitution may FM cat hell summa has drafted a plan to overhaul the city's ancient of red light districts if approved the series of changes would be the most radical policy shift in the capital since the Dutch legalized prostitution nearly two decades ago the big issue is with the small things on social media and she wants to protect sex workers from gawking tourists what you're doing it's no longer window prostitution , they become brothels or or or or close chops and with the women work when you can imagine for instance that and people have a nap or something where you can look the women up on your telephone but without seeing them in the windows and that means the people or a blessing a kind of love for them anymore I'll say Mrs changes in needed because of social chefs including the rise of human trafficking and pictures of women being spread online only a fraction of tourists visit prostitutes while hundreds of thousands jammed the tiny canal side streets to get a glimpse of the women to cut down on bad behavior drinking alcohol on the streets has already been banned as have group tools during the busy evening Alice the new mayor says more is needed sex workers like folksy angel agree misbehaving tourists are a major source of frustration but would rather see people find taking videos and pictures and the curtains being drawn , somebody to a lot of large crying and Hey they got six or for the maze plans also include relocating some prostitutes away from the city center reducing brothels and increasing the number of licensed window work is first of a series of town hall meetings before a plan is put to a vote by the city council later this year it's likely to come up against tough opposition