Last updated: August 10, 2022
The “state” has overall responsibility for “monitoring of measures aimed at preventing the effects of tobacco smoke in the environment.” However, a specific state agency/entity is not identified.
Municipalities are responsible for the implementation of “measures to protect public health from the effects of tobacco smoke.” In addition, they are also responsible for monitoring such measures.
Individuals and legal entities
Individuals and legal entities have a number of rights and duties related to the protection of health from the effects of tobacco smoke, including: the right to demand protection from state and municipal authorities; the right to receive information; the right to participate in public oversight; and the right to submit proposals to ensure protection against the consequences of tobacco use.