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At a gathering of residents, the sale of alcohol in the village of Priangarya was prohibited

At a gathering of residents, the sale of alcohol in the village of Priangarya was prohibited
Photo: "Truth of the North"

In the village of Khamakar, Katangsky District, Irkutsk Region, the sale of alcohol was completely banned. The residents themselves voted for such a ban at a popular gathering.

According to the channel “Vesti Irkutsk”, Now none of those who sell alcohol in the village have a license. For several years, spirits have been allowed to be sold here only on Fridays, and then only for three hours. There are outlets in the village selling cocktails and beer, and vodka gets into the village illegally by helicopter or by winter road.

A total of 100 people live in the village. The decision to completely ban the sale came at a gathering of residents, when the village headman was elected. The meeting was attended by 33 people - more than half of those who have the right to vote. However, in essence, the initiative has no legislative force.

 

 

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