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lobbying

Attempting to shape legislation, influence legislators, or mold public opinion.

lobbying,

n the act of influencing, by argumentation, the course of action of a legislator.
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Other examples of Taneva's lobbyism include the amendments in the Hunting Act, the Farming Lands Ownership Act, the Uncultivated Lands Act, all serving the interests of land owners, according to the accusations.
The socialist MP further pointed out the Speaker must assume full responsibility about the scandalous amendment to the Drug Substances Act, which, if materialized, would have liberalized the rules about advertisements including pictures of illegal drugs and was considered an act of lobbyism on the part of two MPs from the ruling GERB party.
Bulgaria's Transport Minister Alexander Tsvetkov, denied accusations of lobbyism and explained that the amendment which was abolished refers to the comfort of the buses and not to their safety.
Earlier Friday, Bulgaria's Transport Minister Alexander Tsvetkov, denied accusations of lobbyism explained that the amendment which was abolished refers to the comfort of the buses and not to their safety.