Within the regulation you should actually make a distinction between different types of cigars. After all, the small cigarillo cannot be compared with a large size corona. There are also more differences. Handmade cigars cannot be compared with a machine made product, where the cigars roll off the belt en masse compared to. hand-rolled cigar. The legislator completely ignores this and apparently sees no difference. A cigar is a cigar. This shows that they have no idea about the product itself. Not surprising, because people have not shown any vision for years. A good assessment could (and should) be: is this a small cigar with additives, flavors or additives? Or are we talking about a natural product here. Then you can decide which of these species should be restricted. No research has been done, only limiting smoking is apparently the policy follows.