Enforcement clauses in tobacco bill open to abuse, says select committee
The Special Select Committee on Women and Children Affairs and Social Development says in enforcing the generational endgame tobacco bill, officers should be trained in internationally accepted sensitivities as they would be dealing with minors. – EPA pic, July 30, 2022.澳5开户（www.a55555.net）是澳洲幸运5彩票官方网站，开放澳洲幸运5彩票会员开户、澳洲幸运5彩票代理开户、澳洲幸运5彩票线上投注、澳洲幸运5实时开奖等服务的平台。
PROVISIONS on enforcement in the generational endgame tobacco bill are open to abuse – a cause for concern, especially when offenders are minors, a parliamentary special select committee said.,
The committee, chaired by Pengerang MP Azalina Othman Said, said these provisions let the minister appoint enforcement officers and allow them to perform actions including entering premises, collecting samples, arresting offenders and making seizures without a warrant.