Well, as the title suggests, I'm interested if the ban of smoking rigorously arises in any form in your country, wherever you're from. In my case, the most 'rigorous' thing that happened is that owners of bars and restaurants had to separate an area inside the bar/restaurant specially for smokers, which, of course, didn't work out in most places. I support a complete ban of smoking in all public places. Concerns which owners of bars/restaurants may have about their profit being minimized because of the loss of a great number of customers (who are, of course, smokers), are basically idiotic, since there are a lot of people who actually don't visit bars/restaurants because of passive smoking. Also, a number of smokers wouldn't simply stop going to their favourite coffee shops just because they can't smoke anymore. So, how's it working out in your country and do you have any oppinion on it?