1 month ago, we were the first relay to you announcing that French law would not come into force on 1 January 2010, contrary to what was announced … As you have already said, nothing will be “applicable” in June 2010 …
The UMP deputy from Paris Jean-Francois Lamour has unveiled its concerns about a possible delay in the entry into force of the law opening up to competition gambling online and fears she is not ready in June 2010 Status Report.
Now, with France is qualified for the World Cup in South Africa, the French will want to support their team and some will do to their computer wagering. What the member concerned, is that by reducing the consideration of the legislation before the Senate, the government will not be ready to regulate the market since June 2010. On 1 June 2010, appears to be a difficult deadline to meet. The result of the Blues will ensure that the government realizes that it is too prejudicial delay these deadlines. “The opening of fact exists, the member continues.
Today there are over 3 million players in France who play online. It is time to regulate and protect the players against the 5000 existing sites in paris French language which we do not know where they come from and who is behind. We must now move quickly. But what I hear on the agenda in the Senate, because I’m afraid we have a little late to the ignition. ”
The Senate vote will indeed not expected before March 2010. It may be then convene a joint commission (to achieve a single text, adopted by both chambers), then validate the Act by the State Council in Brussels to inform, produce the decrees and let ARJEL to a newly created task to issue the first licenses. A mammoth task, which seems impractical in the space of three months.