French Parliament passed law against sex harassment

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The new law allows for fines of EUR 90-750 for gender-based harassment on streets. This is reported by Europe1 news agency.
It is reported that the French parliament has approved a law providing penalties for violations against women.
It is noted that men will have to pay fine from EUR 90 to EUR 750 for sexual harassment against women on the streets, including verbal.

«Previously, street harassment has remained unpunished, from now on everything will change,» - said Marlene Schiappa, Junior minister for gender equality.

As The Journalist reported earlier, South Korea vows tougher laws on sexual abuse in the workplace.

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