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  1. Uruguay's likely cannabis law could set tone for war on drugs in Latin America

    18 နိုဝင်ဘာလ 2013
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    The marijuana regulation bill, which has been passed by the lower house of the Uruguayan parliament, will allow registered users to buy up to 40g a month from a chemist's, registered growers to keep up to six plants, and cannabis clubs to have up to 45 members and cultivate as many as 99 plants. Julio Bango, one of the legislators who drafted the bill: "This is an experiment without a doubt and it will have a demonstrable effect. That could be important for the world because it could be the start of a new paradigm."

  2. Latin America looks to Europe for drug fighting models

    17 နိုဝင်ဘာလ 2012
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    Latin American countries are turning to Europe for lessons on fighting drugs after souring on the prohibition-style approach of the violent and costly U.S.-led war on drugs. Until recently, most Latin American countries had zero-tolerance rules on drugs inspired by the United States. But now countries from Brazil to Guatemala are exploring relaxing penalties for personal use of narcotics, following examples such as Spain and Portugal that have channeled resources to prevention rather than clogging jails.

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    “Todo proyecto innovador es bienvenido”

    28 ဧပြီလ 2012
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    milton-romaniMilton Romani, embajador itinerante de Uruguay en Misión Especial ante Organismos en Drogas y Derechos Humanos, explica cómo funciona en ese país la despenalización del consumo, analiza los avances en la región y hace elogios y advertencias sobre el proyecto que fue presentado en el Senado argentino. Calificó como un avance que en la última Cumbre de la Américas “se haya admitido que puede haber un debate sobre modelos alternativos” a la guerra contra las drogas.