Games of chance bill fails to get greenlighted by MPs


The Parliament said on Thursday that the Law on Games of Chance and Entertainment Games, which was in third reading as its 145th session resumed yesterday, did not receive the required majority of 61 votes and the procedure for the bill is concluded.

“Taking into account the Constitutional Court’s decision dated May 14, 2020, according to which at least 61 votes “in favor” are required for the law to be adopted, when deciding on the Law on Games of Chance and Entertainment Games, at the 145th session, the bill was backed with 51 votes “in favor”, which means that the conditions for the law to be adopted have not been met and thus the procedure regarding that law is concluded,” the Parliament Speaker’s Office said in a press release.

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