Bulgaria to consider adult approach to public places smoking restrictions

| December 5, 2012

The ban on smoking in public places in Bulgaria could be eased during the first sitting of parliament next year, according to a story in the Standart.

Proposed new amendments to the Public Health Act, which would allow smoking in pubs and night clubs after 22.00 hours, are said to be supported by MPs from different political parties.

Pub owners would prefer to be allowed to create separate smoker and non-smoker sections within their premises, as was the situation prior to June 1, but this option, which has already been proposed a number of times, has been ruled out by the government.

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