Slovene Parliament Passes Restrictive "Anti-Smoking" Law
Ljubljana, 3 October - PARLIAMENT/LAW/TOBACCO
The National Assembly carried with 42 votes to one a law restricting the use of tobacco products, proposed by legislators from the ruling Liberal Democracy of Slovenia (LDS), non-smoker Tone Anderlič and inveterate smoker Janez Zupanec. With this law the parliament stipulates strict measures for restricting the use of tobacco products, such as virtually total ban on advertizing tobacco and tobacco products.
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