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Last updated: September 23rd 2021

Penalties

Violator
Enforcement Agency
Sanction(s)
 

Manufacturer

Ministry of Internal Affairs
Fine
Analysis

Article 12.25(4) of the Code of Administrative Offenses imposes a fine on individuals and officers of legal entities of up to twenty base units for violations of provisions on health warnings.

To fully align with FCTC Art. 11 and the FCTC Art. 11 Guidelines, the law should impose fines high enough to deter non-compliance, with higher fines for more severe violations and repeat offenses. In addition, the law might include other penalties such as license suspension and cancellation.

Importer

Ministry of Internal Affairs
Fine
Analysis

Article 12.25(4) of the Code of Administrative Offenses imposes a fine on individuals and officers of legal entities of up to twenty base units for violations of provisions on health warnings.

To fully align with FCTC Art. 11 and the FCTC Art. 11 Guidelines, the law should impose fines high enough to deter non-compliance, with higher fines for more severe violations and repeat offenses. In addition, the law might include other penalties such as license suspension and cancellation.

Wholesaler

Ministry of Internal Affairs
Fine
Analysis

Article 12.25(4) of the Code of Administrative Offenses imposes a fine on individuals and officers of legal entities of up to twenty base units for violations of provisions on health warnings.

To fully align with FCTC Art. 11 and the FCTC Art. 11 Guidelines, the law should impose fines high enough to deter non-compliance, with higher fines for more severe violations and repeat offenses. In addition, the law might include other penalties such as license suspension and cancellation.

Retailer

Ministry of Internal Affairs
Fine
Analysis

Article 12.25(4) of the Code of Administrative Offenses imposes a fine on individuals and officers of legal entities of up to twenty base units for violations of provisions on health warnings.

To fully align with FCTC Art. 11 and the FCTC Art. 11 Guidelines, the law should impose fines high enough to deter non-compliance, with higher fines for more severe violations and repeat offenses. In addition, the law might include other penalties such as license suspension and cancellation.