ADOPTED: Heavily restrictive laws on labelling have been in place since 2002, including the permitted text and visual imagery that can be depicted on the labels of alcoholic drinks. Since 2009, it mandates that packaging and labeling may only contain certain information relating to the product, its production method or its properties. Alcoholic products can not be sold if they suggest that alsohol 'enhances physical, mental, social or sexual function, or if it offends people's general sense of propriety'.