French parliament backs loosening of alcohol advertising ban

An amendment to the 1991 Evin Law which bans TV and cinema ads for alcohol, draws disticntion between advertising and 'information'.

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Lawmakers on Wednesday voted in favour of changing France’s so-called Evin Law, which restricts advertising for alcoholic beverages and tobacco, despite calls from the government to leave the law untouched, reports FRANCE 24.