Moldova Seeks to Curb Human Trafficking
Tuesday, December 27, 2005 9:35 AM

Moldova's parliament passed a series of legislative measures on 22 December designed to reduce human trafficking, Moldpres reported the same day. The amendments grant Moldovan authorities the right to deny entry into the country to individuals with suspected involvement in human trafficking.

Lawmakers also passed changes to the country's administrative code stipulating that victims of trafficking will not be prosecuted for prostitution and will not be punished for entering or staying in the country illegally.

Cited from: Moldova Seeks to Curb Human Trafficking, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, 27 December 2005.

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