Shinn Fein Proposes To Introduce License On Advertising Gambling In Ireland

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June 15, 2022
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Shinn Fein Proposes to Introduce License On Advertising Gambling In Ireland

Irish political organization shinn fein criticized irish regulation of gambling and put forward sentences to ban advertising gambling on television and radio from 6 am to 9 pm and introduce a similar ban on the internet.

She also wants the government to study the possibility of a faster age check for online games by "expanding the means of checking the electoral database to make it a faster way".

Currently, operators have 72 hours to check the age after the placement of the bet.

Against the background of delays in the reform of legislation on gambling in the country, the party accused the irish government in "inaction" to combat gambling addiction. His representative on dependence, recovery and well-being thomas gould called the state of irish regulation of gambling "frightening" and "incredible".

He called on the government to immediately create an independent gambling regulator – which the government announced plans in accordance with the new bill of gambling scheduled for the next month.

The state minister of justice james brown promised to adopt the law on reforming the irish gambling industry in september and to create an "extremely powerful" regulator by the end of the year .

He said that in the end the regulatory body there will be 100 employees, and he will have the right to develop rules and impose fines.

Meanwhile, president ireland, michael higgins, criticized advertising gambling on television, like dangerous and destructive. However, gould said that in the past, the government did not fulfill such obligations.

He said:

"We ask the government to take a look at our document and see what you can implement".

Source: focus gaming news

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