Czech law on genetically modified food draws controversy

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The Czech parliament recently met to discuss the thorny issue of genetically modified foods, as part of an amendment to the law on consumer goods. The most controversial part of the bill relates to the labeling of GM foods and additives, and the bill is already drawing criticism. Earlier today Radio Prague's Lucie Krupickova talked to Cestmir Hrdinka from the environmental organisation Greenpeace, and asked him why opponents of the draft law claim it is weaker than legislation in the European Union:

Radio Prague's Lucie Krupickova there talking to Cestmir Hrdinka from the environmental organisation Greenpeace.

Author: Lucie Krupičková
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