Brazil celebrates World No Snuff with new anti-smoke law
The new standard in Brazil is to ensure smoke-free. (Photo Archive)

The president of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, announced on Saturday that under the World No Snuff the South American country already has a new law that ensures smoke free cigarette environments. Through the social network Twitter, the head of state said that on this date “we have to remember that the percentage of smokers in Brazil fell from 15.7 percent in 2006 to 11.3 percent in 2013.” He also said that “Today # DiaMundialsinTabaco, I announced the rules of the Act to ensure anti-smoke free environments snuff.” “Nonsmokers have secured their choice not smoking, smoke-free collective resale # DiaMundialsinTabaco”, then added in the same social network. The president noted that “beyond prevention, treatment in Brazil for those who want to quit smoking is provided voluntarily.” Finally, spread that “More than 23 000 primary care teams in the counties are prepared to help anyone who wants a healthier lifestyle # DiaMundialsinTabaco”.
On Saturday May 31 the World No Snuff is celebrated.
In Venezuela, the Bolivarian government has implemented a law to protect the health of people, it comes to a resolution NO.030 Smoke Free Environments of Snuff which was implemented on March 2, 2011, which was published in Official Gazette No.39.627.