Delay of Nicotine Ban Implementation in Perm Region

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Mar.07
Delay of Nicotine Ban Implementation in Perm Region
The ban on selling nicotine products in kiosks in Russia's Perm region, originally set for March 1, has not been implemented.

According to a report by 59.RU on March 6, the planned ban on the sale of nicotine products in kiosks in Russia's Perm region, which was originally scheduled to take effect on March 1, has not yet been implemented. However, according to reports, the ban is currently not in effect.

 

It is reported that the bill will be officially released in December 2023. On December 13, 2023, Act No. 261-PK stipulates that the law will come into effect on March 1, 2024, but not earlier than 90 days after the official release date.

 

Effective on March 1, 2024, but not before 90 days from its official publication.

 

This statement suggests that the bill will not be able to take effect in early March, because it was officially released only on December 15 of last year, and 90 days have not yet passed. In addition, the federal law "Mandatory Requirements for the Russian Federation" also has similar provisions:

 

Normative legal documents that stipulate mandatory requirements must come into effect on March 1st or September 1st of the respective year, but may only take effect 90 days after the official publication of the relevant normative legal document, and not before.

 

The government of the Kama region responded, "The law will be officially issued on March 15, 2024, and will take effect 90 days later."

 

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