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Slovenia Gets Tough Anti-Smoking Legislation

Ljubljana, 22 June - Smokers in Slovenia are facing tighter restrictions this summer as the National Assembly on Friday passed amendments to the anti-smoking act in a 45:13 vote. The law means Slovenia is joining a growing number of EU countries with tough anti-smoking laws.

Ljubljana.
Transport Minister Janez Bozic.
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Ljubljana.
LDS deputies Ales Gulic, Milan Petek and Jozef Skolc.
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Ljubljana.
Transport Minister Janez Bozic, SDS deputy Joze Tanko and Transport Ministry State Secretary Peter Verlic (left to right).
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Ljubljana, DZ.
Seja DZ.
Poslanec SNS Srečko Prijatelj.
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Ljubljana.
SDS deputy Joze Tanko.
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Ljubljana.
SLS deputy Kristijan Janc.
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Ljubljana.
SDS deputies Miro Petek and Rudi Versnik.
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Ljubljana.
The session of the National Assembly.
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Ljubljana.
SNS deputy Srecko Prijatelj.
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Ljubljana.
LDS deputy Rudolf Moge and Eva Irgl of the SDS.
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Ljubljana.
SDS deputy Rudolf Petan.
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Ljubljana.
SDS deputy Branko Marinic.
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Ljubljana.
SD deputies Majda Potrata and Janko Veber.
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