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The comments made recently by ANC MP George Lekgetho - about decriminalising prostitution - are baseless.
To decriminalise prostitution for tax purposes is irresponsible - and to do it for 2010 is opportunistic. What would happen after the world soccer tournament?
Lekgetho's logic - and that of the ANC - since he was speaking on behalf of the party, is simplistic and unethical. When things are wrong, they remain wrong. I disagree with this proposal that believes that decriminalising prostitution would reduce unemployment, improve quality of lives, boost taxes and bring light to the current darkness.
We have many things that are morally bad in the country - drugs, theft, corruption, fraud and so on- so must we decriminalise them too? Mealie-mouthed politicians like Lekgetho should be removed from public office.
Legalising prostitution for 2010 is not moral. One wonders if legalising it is just an excuse to wrongfully benefit from hosting the World Cup?
The ANC is failing to build authentic relationships in society and is now resorting to commercialising them instead.
This is really out of touch with reality. No wonder the moral regeneration initiative was led by Jacob Zuma.
Councillor Khume Ramulifho, DA Youth, Gauteng