Spain is set to restrict gambling advertising to between the hours of 1am and 5am as the first step in a series of government crackdowns, according to local reports.
Multiple Spanish press outlets have reported that newly-appointed consumer affairs minister Alberto Garzón has prepared a royal decree that would limit gambling ads to the early hours of the morning.
The restrictions would apply to adverts on radio and TV, but the decree may include exemptions for state lottery provider SELAE.
That caveat is expected to form a central part of discussions scheduled on Thursday between Garzón and private operator trade group CEJUEGO.
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