Khalid Tinasti - Maverick Citizen

Use of medical cannabis erodes African ‘Vienna Consensus’ after SA and Morocco break ranks

By Khalid Tinasti Read the original article on Maverick Citizen A minor legal change within the UN removing some barriers for medical cannabis use has resulted in a clear split in the African countries group. This split is between those who want to embrace science and develop a legal medical

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Narrow cannabis result proves need for reform

Read the entire interview on RNZ “The country is split down the middle on a particular concept of legalisation. And I think there’s every ground now for the government to be looking very carefully at this, beginning to discuss with other parties, including obviously the Green Party, on where to go from here.

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A no vote won’t deliver a cannabis-free New Zealand

Read the entire article on NZ Herald .  The case for legalisation was evidence-based. It weighed up the harms caused by prohibition against the potential for harm from cannabis use. It took into account that cannabis has for decades been a very widely available recreational drug in New Zealand and

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New Zealand is the next country to fight the prohibition of cannabis, and high time too.

Read the entire article on The Independent. – This year, New Zealanders have the opportunity to turn their backs on the futile policy of trying to prohibit the use and supply of cannabis. For decades, these activities have been criminalised, blighting the future prospects of many and wasting public funding

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Remettre à plat la politique anti-drogue, par Helen Clark, Ruth Dreifuss etOlusegun Obasanjo

Lien vers la tribune de L’Economiste intitulée “Remettre à plat la politique anti-drogue”. Pour endiguer la propagation de la coronavirus dans les lieux de détention, le Maroc, la Côte d’Ivoire, le Burkina Faso et le Niger ont décidé de libérer des dizaines de milliers de détenus, en particulier celles et

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Après la crise du Covid-19, il faut légaliser le cannabis, vite !

Lire cette tribune sur le site du Nouvel Observateur – Emmenés par le député des Bouches-du-Rhône François-Michel Lambert, une soixantaine d’élus de tous bords (LREM, EELV, UDI, LFI, LR) et des médecins estiment que la légalisation du cannabis est une des solutions du monde d’après Covid-19. En juin 2019, avec

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Le Covid-19 dope l’industrie du cannabis légal, signe d’une plus forte acceptation sociale.

Lien vers la tribune des Echos intitulée “Quand le Covid-19 dope l’industrie du cannabis légal”. La vente de cannabis légal a explosé dans certains Etats américains et au Canada depuis la crise du coronavirus. C’est probablement le signe d’une plus forte acceptation sociale, suppose Khalid Tinasti. La France pourrait en

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Fernando Henrique Cardoso in Folha de Londrina (Brazil): “Repressão não é solução para no combate às drogas diz, FHC” (Repression is no solution in the fight against drugs says, FHC)

Read original article in Folha de Londrina (Brazil) Folha de Londrina by Amanda Lemos O ex-presidente FHC (Fernando Henrique Cardoso) disse neste sábado (7) que o combate às drogas não se deve ser feito com repressão e que é a favor de uma regulamentação de medicamentos à base de Cannabis

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Commissioner Gallop presents the case for legalizing cannabis on WA Drive, ABC radio, Australia

Dr Geoff Gallop, former Premier of Western Australia, makes the case for a pragmatic and health-centered drug policy, including the legal regulation of cannabis.

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Khalid Tinasti in EUObserver: “Luxembourg’s cannabis legalisation is EU opportunity”

Read original article in EUObserver. Luxembourg’s cannabis legalisation is EU opportunity The announcement that Luxembourg would legalise and regulate cannabis for recreational purposes attracted much media attention this summer. Similar to the outcome of similar discussions that took place in Canada, Uruguay, and many US states, Luxembourg authorities reached the

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