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  1. Reform proposals and reforms to drug laws

    01 Enero 2010
    Article

    For years, in Uruguay, various political factions have been promoting cannabis regulation in order to separate the market for soft drugs from the market for dangerous substances. This section presents important pronouncements, initiatives and proposals to reform the law, in chronological order.

  2. Impact of drug laws on prison situation

    01 Enero 2010
    Article

    What is the impact of drugs legislation on the prison situation in Uruguay?

     
  3. Law, drug consumption and treatment

    01 Enero 2010
    Article

    What is the legislation about personal consumption and treatment of drug users in Uruguay?

  4. The international debate on drug policy

    01 Enero 2010
    Article

    In all the important international forums – the UN Commission on Narcotic Drugs, CICAD, UNASUR, MERCOSUR, the EU-LAC Co-operation Mechanism – Uruguay has maintained an unwavering position, arguing for the need and the democratic right to launch a debate that should lead to the current war on drugs model being consigned to the past.

  5. Civil society in the debate on drugs

    01 Enero 2010
    Article

    Several civil soeity initiatives take part in the drug legislation process in Uruguay

  6. Drug laws and policy documents

    01 Enero 2010
    Article

    Useful documents regarding drugs legislation in Uruguay

  7. Current drug laws in Chile

    01 Enero 2010
    Article

    The current legislation of drugs in Chile.

  8. Reform proposals and reform to the drug laws in Chile

    01 Enero 2010
    Article

    A short history of reform and reform proposals to drug laws in Chile

  9. The impact of drug laws on the prison situation in Chile

    01 Enero 2010
    Article

    Chile, like nearly all the other countries in the region, suffers from prison overcrowding.  The increase in the prison population in recent years is directly related to the number of arrests of people violating the anti-drug law as a consequence of tougher legislation that includes jail time for minor drug-related crimes.

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    Chilean law on drug consumption and treatment

    01 Enero 2010
    Article

    What is the legislation about personal consumption and treatment of drug users in Chile?

  11. The market for the main psychoactive drugs circulating in Chile

    01 Enero 2010
    Article

    What are the trends in use of psychoactive drugs circulating in Chile?

  12. Civil society's role in the debate on drugs in Chile

    01 Enero 2010
    Article

    In the context of recent regional and hemispheric developments, also in Chile the issue of legalizing marijuana has become prominent at the level of the media, academia and civil society organizations in general.

  13. Relevant drug laws and policy documents in Chile

    01 Enero 2010
    Article

    Useful resources and documents with regards to drug laws in Chile.

               
  14. Drugs and Democracy in Bolivia

    01 Enero 2010
    Article

    Overview of drug laws and legislative trends in Bolivia.

  15. Drug Law Reform in Honduras

    01 Enero 2010
    Article

    In recent years, Honduras has become the country with the highest levels of violence in the world. In 2012 the country had a murder rate of 92 per 100,000 people. Organised crime and its connection with drug trafficking may be one of the causes of this increase in violence. Drug trafficking gangs use the country as a transit point on the route to the United States. The violence is related to the conflicts between the gangs in their dispute over territory, extortion, money laundering, etc.