Changes to the gaming act pass first hurdle in parliament

Ljubljana – The National Assembly endorsed at first reading on Tuesday changes to the gaming act that introduce partial liberalisation of the field and allow for multiple organisers of classic games of chance. The centre-left opposition obstructed the session. Employees from the gaming sector and charities strongly oppose the changes. The motion was adopted in a 39:2 vote with the Left, Alenka Bratušek Party, Social Democrats, Marjan Šarec List and the deputy group of unaffiliated MPs obstructing the vote. The changes would create a legal framework to enable granting concessions…

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