Parliament voted against the government's ban on flavours in e-cigarettes. The debate got heated when Yasmine Bladelius (S&D) claimed that the emails and letters received from users were not sent by real people.
The Swedish Social Affairs Committee does not want to ban flavouring in e-cigarettes. This means that the proposition most likely won't pass in parliament.
The government now submits a sharp proposal for a flavour ban on electronic cigarettes to the Parliament. On the same day, road users and activists gather in Stockholm to protest.