The fate of migrant workers (female workers) from Indonesia in Saudi Arabia was not improved. In fact, today, an estimated 30 percent of maids become sex workers to their johns in the country. These findings presented the Vice Chairman of the House of Representatives Zaenal Ma'arif told AFP on Thursday (01/27/2004). Zaenal find this information after the joint monitoring team member hajj other lawmakers visit to Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia. Until now, Zaenal with the team still in the city. In addition to meeting with officials of the Embassy, Zaenal also met with a number of migrant workers. Confessions also appears that the maids were used as prostitutes by the recruitment agency and the reservoir in Saudi Arabia. "It is beyond the problem of pilgrimage. But, we as board members need to also listen and look for information like this," said Zaenal who claims could see shelters as a place of illegal wild sex pedlary it. "I really stroked his chest. Apparently the maids who were sent to Saudi Arabia, with various modes operansi be a satisfying sex in various unofficial shelters," said Zaenal. The shelter is indeed controlled pedlary sex mafia, consist of Indonesian citizens and also citizens of other countries. "It's like an iceberg. On the surface it just looks a little, but underneath is very severe," said Zaenal who claims to obtain the data on this. Once diverted into satisfying sexual appetite, said Zaenal, there are a number of migrant workers who fled and took shelter with the Embassy. Zaenal estimates, maids, maids who fared poorly like this about 30 percent. Because of that, he said, it would submit data to the Commission IX of the House of Representatives who handle employment, Menaketrans, and the Police. "We hope that the agencies-agencies that do such practices dtindak firm and hard, because it had damaged national pride," said former PPP politician who is now a politician PBR (Reform Star Party) this. According Zaenal, recruitment agency, recruitment agency has been doing this kind of identity fraud in Indonesia against the TKW. "Prior to making them as sex workers, they've forged identity within the country. In addition, they also make fake passports for them. I think this is like the mafia," he explained. When discussing with Embassy officials in Riyadh, Zaenal also received information that there are local Embassy staff involved practices like this. "But, this staff has been sacked by Mr Maftuh Basyuni (former Ambassador of Indonesia, now minister of religion-Red)," he said.