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LETTER TO QUEEN BEATRIX OF THE NETHERLANDS

To the Queen of the Netherlands

Amsterdam, 23 december 2008

Published on 23 December 2008  by encod
Majesty, We have the exceptionnally great honour to present you herewith a series of stamps on the hemp plant. This series has been published, in excellent co-operation with TNT Post, on 23 december by the Vereniging voor Opheffing van het Cannabisverbod (VOC - Association for the Abolition of Cannabis Prohibition), a platform for co-operation among Dutch companies and organisations that aim at preserving the hemp plant for Dutch society. The publication consists of thousand copies of (...)

MOROCCO OPENS THE DEBATE ON CANNABIS LEGALIZATION

Finally the debate on cannabis legalisation in Morocco is becoming a reality. The second TV channel of national Moroccan Television (2M) on Wednesday 3 December 2008 broadcasted a live debate on the various possible approaches towards cannabis cultivation in Morocco, entitled « Cannabis and haschisch : Which approach to take?.

By: Souliman Sbai

Published on 10 December 2008  by encod
The purpose of the debate was to inform the public on the reality behind cannabis cultivation and to try to assess the governmental strategies to erradicate this cultivation and the fight against the smuggling of hashish, by putting these questions : to which degree have alternative development projects been able to support the populations in replacing their illicit "traditions" ? Is it possible to direct the cultivation of cannabis towards therapeutical and industrial uses and, in a (...)

CZECH COURT CANCELS GUILTY VERDICT IN CASE OF HEMP GROWERS

Source: Ceske Noviny

09.12.2008

By: CTK

Published on 9 December 2008  by encod
Prague - The Czech Constitutional Court today cancelled the guilty verdict in the case of Hana Ticha and Mojmir Miklica who had grown in their garden 499 plants of hemp from which marijuana is produced as it found no proof of intended drug production. Originally, courts gave the two growers suspended prison sentences. The case will now return to the Hradec Kralove, east Bohemia, Regional Court. The defendants and their lawyers were not present at court today. The Constitutional Court (...)

MORE THAN HALF OF DUTCH LORD MAYORS WANT TO LEGALISE CANNABIS

Lord mayors in favour of legalising soft drugs chain

Source: Binnenlands Bestuur

19 november 2008

Published on 19 November 2008  by encod
More than half of all Dutch lord mayors with one or more coffeeshops on their territory, want to legalise the entire soft drugs-chain. The lord mayors want to get rid of the "frontdoor - backdoor problem, created by a policy that tolerates the sale of weed, but not the production and delivery. That is the result of a telephone survey of weekly magazine Binnenlands Bestuur (Domestic Administration) among the 106 municipalities that have one or more coffeeshops. Only nine in favour of ban (...)

DRUG USE IN THE EU HISTORICALLY HIGH

European Parliament Press Release

06 Nov 2008

Published on 9 November 2008  by encod
Every year 7,000-8,000 people in the EU die because of drug use and a drugs overdose remains one of the main causes of death among young people. These are some of the findings of a report by the Europe’s drug monitoring agency, released to Parliament’s Civil Liberties Committee Wednesday. Cannabis, cocaine, amphetamines and LSD are the most commonly used drugs across Europe, the Lisbon-based European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction said in its annual report. It estimates 4 (...)

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The European Coalition for Just and Effective Drug Policies, is a pan-European network of currently 160 NGO’s and individual experts involved in the drug issue on a daily base. We are the European section of an International Coalition, which consists of more than 400 NGOs from around the world that have adhered to a Manifesto for Just and Effective Drug Policies (established in 1998). Among our members are organisations of cannabis and other drug users, of health workers, researchers, grassroot activists as well as companies.


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