The police speak of hundreds of women from Estonia and Russia who come to Finland on a tourist visa for a few weeks.
These women work as prostitutes in their home countries but come to Finland to earn more money In early there were 13 sex clubs in Helsinki, finland compared to only one in The police do not expect trafficking in women to be a problem in the escort, but are at the same time finlajd on having prostitution included as one of the grounds on which a woman may be expelled from the country.
The bill finlznd rejected in parliament by a narrow margin.
finlxnd However, the situation has changed since the beginning of the s, when prostitution became more common and more organised. De Facto Prostitution has not been common in Finland and it has not been professionally organised. ly there used to be no street or child prostitution.
Infollowing Sweden's adoption of tough legislation which criminalises buyers of sex, Finland debated doing the same.