The Orban government in Hungary will examine a proposal by Janos Lazar, the PM’s commissioner for protecting non-smokers, which says that authorities may prohibit anyone born after January 1, 2020 from smoking tobacco, according to DailyNewsHungary.com.

Lazar said that if necessary, the parliament would amend the constitution in order for the bill to pass, with the aim of turning Hungary into the world’s first non-smoking country.

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