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PRAGUE DEPENALISES USE OF ALL DRUGS

Source: Prague Monitor

15 December 2009

Published on 20 December 2009  by encod
The Czech government Monday set the drug possession limits under which the possession of up to 1.5 grammes of heroin, up to one gramme of cocaine and up to two grammes of methamphetamine (pervitine) will not be punishable as of New Year. Czechs will also be able to legally possess up to 15 grammes of marijuana, according to the Justice Ministry’s proposal approved by the government Monday. Justice Minister Daniela Kovarova drafted the proposal on the basis of the current court practice. (...)

DRUG MONEY HELPED SAVE BANKS, SAYS UN DRUG TSAR

Source: The Observer

Sunday December 13 2009

By Rajeev Syal

Published on 14 December 2009  by encod
Drugs and crime chief says $352bn in criminal proceeds was effectively laundered by financial institutions Drugs money worth billions of dollars kept the financial system afloat at the height of the global crisis, the United Nations’ drugs and crime tsar has told the Observer. Antonio Maria Costa, head of the UN Office on Drugs and Crime, said he has seen evidence that the proceeds of organised crime were "the only liquid investment capital" available to some banks on the brink of (...)

ECUADOR SAYS U.S. HELPED COLOMBIA PLAN BOMBING

Source: New York Times

December 10, 2009

Report by Reuters, editing by Anthony Boadle

Published on 14 December 2009  by encod
U.S. intelligence from inside Ecuador was used to plan a 2008 bombing by Colombian troops that killed a top FARC guerrilla chieftain inside Ecuadorean territory, the government said on Thursday. A 130-page report prepared by the Ecuadorean government says U.S. forces then based in the Pacific coast town of Manta helped Colombian troops target Raul Reyes, No. 2 commander of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC). The March 2008 bombing, carried out in an Ecuadorean border area (...)

OPIUM BOOMS IN BURMA

Source: AFP

December 14, 2009

Published on 14 December 2009  by encod
Opium cultivation in Myanmar has almost doubled since 2006, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) announced on Monday, warning of a worrisome expansion of its production in the region. "The trend is going in the wrong direction," UNODC chief Antonio Maria Costa said in a statement ahead of the presentation of the office’s latest survey on Opium Poppy Cultivation in Southeast Asia. Myanmar, the world’s main producer of opium in the early 1990s, only produces about a quarter of (...)

CZECH GOVERNMENT REGULATES CULTIVATION OF PSYCHOACTIVE PLANTS FOR PERSONAL USE

Source: Ceskenoviny

07.12.2009

Published on 11 December 2009  by encod
The Czech government today approved the list of hallucinogenic plants and mushrooms, including hemp, coca, mescaline cactus and magic mushrooms, and decided that people would be allowed to grow up to five pieces of such plants and keep 40 magic mushrooms at home, a CTK source said. The cabinet was today also expected to discuss artificial drugs and a permitted amount of these drugs in people’s possession. However, it postponed the debate for two weeks, the source said. The new Penal (...)

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