Irish youth speak out against gambling ads

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Macra na Feirme, a community organization for rural youth, has joined the campaign against advertising gambling in Ireland, where betting and betting on horse racing are traditional. The activists demanded, in particular, to introduce a ban on gambling advertising on the Internet, where residents of the country rushed during the COVID restrictions. On the Web, according to public figures, people can play whatever they want. And to encourage advertising of this type of entertainment during the coronavirus crisis, when people have become less protected from various challenges, is immoral, emphasized Macra na Feirme. As My Lucky Story wrote, the Irish Labor Party called for a ban on gambling advertising and prepared a corresponding draft law. Earlier it became known that the President of Ireland opposed the same. He admitted that if it were his will, there would be no advertising of gambling or betting in the country. Let us recall that the companies operating gambling establishments in Ireland, as well as bookmakers, demanded that the authorities put an end to the issue of the status of gambling in the country.

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