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GREEK lawmakers are fuming over colleagues who openly flout the country's anti-smoking laws in the very building where the statutes were passed.
A cross-party group of 88 representatives wrote to the Parliament speaker on Thursday urging action against what they call a "pathetic and infuriating" state of affairs.
Greece has one of the European Union's highest smoking rates. It introduced a strict law in 2010 to outlaw smoking in enclosed public areas. Violators face 50-500 euros ($A65-$A655) fines.
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