Luxembourg is on roads to relax their drug laws by legalizing cannabis consumption and overall production, from this year onwards. Through licensing overall sales and squandering of the so-called drug, Luxembourg has paved the way for other European countries to benefit from cannabis use.
Luxembourg decriminalizes marijuana sales
The more you suppress, the better it buds. Be it some floral seeds or weeds and cannabis, the more restrictions you put, the higher use ratios will be achieved by the public end. Luxembourg’s Health Ministers share the same critical approach towards cannabis ban.
We had drug policies that didn’t work in the last 50 years. Forbidden and banned utility interests young people more than we have expected. We hope the move shall result in more open-minds and generic attitude towards drug-use.
-Felix Braz, Justice Minister, Luxembourg
In order to the new Luxembourg Drug Policy, residents above the legal age of 18 are free to buy and use cannabis from the following two years.
— Tom Blickman (@tblickman) May 3, 2019
Moreover, the state shall also procure some ordeals to avoid drug squandering through a cannabis agency. Meanwhile, no further drafts were presented in Luxembourg’s running year legislature over the type of drug accessible and level of imposed tax.
Cannabis bans and impending decisions
The state will hold the present ban for non-Luxembourg’s’ to eradicate double-dealing against cannabis. Besides, for minors aged between 12 and 17 may carry the selective drugs to a precise quantity of few grams, say it less than 5grams.
— Luxembourg Times (@LuxTimes) November 29, 2018
If a defaulter is still breaking laws, then he should prepare himself for harsh penalties and imprisonment for several years. After the uplifting ban from cannabis consumption. Luxembourg would be joining the union of Canada, Uruguay and eleven other US states in scorning a UN convention on narcotic use.
Before legalizing cannabis for personnel uses, Luxembourg has already legitimated marijuana use in pre-medics. Much before the EU country, Uruguay battled fellow nations and UN summits to finally decriminalize marijuana and outlawed drugs in 2013.
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