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According to reports, prostitutes operating in Jakarta could earn Rp 15 million to Rp 30million per month.
Although prostitution is illegal in Indonesia — a country home to the world’s largest Muslim population, prostitution is thriving.
Prostitution in Indonesia is legally considered a "crime against decency/morality", although it is widely practiced, tolerated and regulated.
Some women are financially motivated to become prostitutes, while others may be forced by friends, relatives or strangers.
Governor Anies Baswedan came to power thanks to the support of conservative Muslims, and he quickly fulfilled his campaign promise to close the Hotel Alexis.
The management of Alexis denied they were running a brothel.