Bulgaria Rejects Smoking Ban Changes, Increases Enforcement

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Despite a belief that an easing of the country’s smoking ban—which includes bars and restaurants—was imminent, Bulgaria will now see stricter enforcement. After a heated debate, the Bulgarian Parliament failed to reach an agreement to amend the 2012 Health Act’s smoking ban, the Health Ministry went one step further: more checks for smoking in public places

The law prohibits smoking at workplaces, restaurants, bars, public transportation facilities, hotels, open air performance venues, sports facilities and others.

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Charlie Minato
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