Last week, Censet voted heavily in favor of law prohibiting advertising and marketing of smoking content in the country. New legalization Existing tobacco-related restrictions expands e-cigarettes and limits advertising to print media under significant limitations.
The law, which will come into effect in one year, also commands that all cigarette packages – including the e-cigarette – will be painted with Panton 448 C – the headquarters of San Francisco-Joe, in 2016, as the world's most colorful color by the world's researchers. Will be selected. Color is already being used in many countries, including UK, France and Australia, where legislators believe that it will reduce brand appeal of cigarette and prevent smokers from smoking. Smoking health impairments are printed on demand from some countries.
In Israel, an attempt to order similar images led to the post objection to deputy minister Health Yakov Legzman, who called him "invisible", but general authenticity has been approved, and the current warning texts will be more than twice the size.
These laws regulate the production and marketing space of e-cigarette with more nicotine content than the European directive.
In August, Israel banned the sale of Jules Fosses due to high nicotine content, the company was forced to change its products for a lighter version. Jull, who is in most of the US E-cigarette controls the market, sold in Israel in May with the same phode, which is sold in US-59 milligrams nicotine equivalent to the full pack of syxets.
UK in the UK Besides, one of Juul's only other markets sells only 20 milligrams of fuels to comply with European Union regulations. Jull has taken a decision in court and has requested the Israeli Supreme Court that the ban is a temporary order demand, and other e-cigarette manufacturers are allowed to sell the scoop with more nicotine content. Appeal was rejected.
Union Health Minister Yale Germain of the Central Yash Atheid Party gave a vote against the bill against the exclusion of printed media advertising from the bill.