Prostitutes want rights

A prostitute works in her room on a prostitution boat at the Utrecht Zandpad, on July 24, 2013. The Window Operator "Wegra" had asked the court in Utrecht to come back on the decision of the municipality to close the boats. However, the administrative judge rejected that request. The boats had to be closed this morning at 9:00am because Wegra would be involved in human trafficking. On July 11, 2013 the town's licenses Wegra for Zandpad and Hardebollenstraat pulled in because they had evidence of human trafficking.

( JEROEN JUMELET / AFP/Getty Images / July 21, 2013 )

A prostitute works in her room on a prostitution boat at the Utrecht Zandpad, on July 24, 2013. The Window Operator "Wegra" had asked the court in Utrecht to come back on the decision of the municipality to close the boats. However, the administrative judge rejected that request. The boats had to be closed this morning at 9:00am because Wegra would be involved in human trafficking. On July 11, 2013 the town's licenses Wegra for Zandpad and Hardebollenstraat pulled in because they had evidence of human trafficking.

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