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  1. CARICOM did not consult us on ganja law reform - US

    25 ဇွန်လ 2014
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    William Brownfield, assistant secretary at the US Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, has charged that Jamaica and other Caribbean Community (CARICOM) member states that are moving to change marijuana laws did not consult the US government. He had informal talks with some CARICOM states but said those discussions were "not structured as formal dialogue between governments or between international partners". He also revealed that the US had developed four basic principles to address the issues surrounding the growing move to legalise marijuana. (See also: No need to consult US on ganja, says Knight)

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    Martin Jelsma: "En Washington saben que la legalización del cannabis es irreversible"

    Raquel Mateos
    24 ဇူလိုင်လ 2014

    Martin_Jelsma_Barcelona230714b-smallMartin Jelsma, politólogo especializado en políticas internacionales de droga, ha asesorado al gobierno de Uruguay y augura ahora un efecto dominó que ni las restrictivas convenciones internacionales ni los Estados Unidos no podrán parar. "A nivel internacional, después de décadas con políticas alternativas, por primera vez un país y dos estados de Estados Unidos empiezan con la regulación de toda la cadena del cannabis. Nunca había pasado antes, ni siquiera en los Países Bajos, con los coffee shops, donde la producción sigue prohibida. Son los primeros escenarios con una legalización controlada y estoy convencido que es el inicio de cambios que otros países van a seguir."

  3. US vote refuels ganja debate

    06 နိုဝင်ဘာလ 2014
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    The local pro-ganja lobby in Jamaica is welcoming the vote for the legalisation of ganja in the American states of Oregon, Alaska, and Washington DC. "One of the biggest stumbling blocks has been the fear about how the United States would react to what we are doing and what we seeing happening is a clear indication that the United States people are moving in favour of legalising ganja on a wider and wider basis, whilst Jamaica continues to stall and not be bold enough to do what we need to do," Delano Seiveright, director of the Cannabis Commercial and Medicinal Research Taskforce said. (See also: Jamaica urged to keep ganja debate going)