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The Czech Republic, for example, passed a law in 2010 decriminalizing possession of narcotic drugs in small quantities. The rest is still illegal. Germany has a special regime of tolerance that makes the country one of the most lax, despite the fact that possession is still.
"Cannabis social clubs that organize those activities number in the hundreds - more than 300 in Barcelona alone. At the same time, and as contradictory as elsewhere, cannabis sales are still illegal. France and the rest of the E.U. consider the use of drugs, including cannabis.
The political debate is less about interdiction or legalization but, rather, about the nuances of what many are calling an unavoidable course: complete legalization or mere decriminalization. French demonstrations for marijuana legalization in Paris Photo: Kenzo Tribouillard/AFP/Getty Images. European legislation echoes international law barring consumption of narcotic drugs, although countries.
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Sale, too, remains illegal. Analyses of the Portuguese law are positive: Consumption of drugs has slightly increased among adults and markedly decreased among young people. In Italy, which some predict will become the next European country and the second in the world after Uruguay to legalize cannabis, possession.
Marijiuana, a divisive issue that normally resurfaces in Europe during election campaigns, has come home to France's hotly-contested presidential race. The 15th World March for Cannabis in Paris calling for legalization in Photo: Kenzo Tribouillard AFP/Getty Images. With eight months to go until the 2017 French presidential election, marijuana - or cannabis, as.
But France maintains a very repressive law that seems ineffective. Today, according to the French Observatory for Drugs and Drug Addiction, 17 million French have already smoked cannabis.". Five of the seven presidential candidates from leftist parties are in favor of legalizing or decriminalizing the use of cannabis.
Two other Socialist candidates, Manuel Valls and Arnaud Montebourg, oppose either option.
Spain, Germany, Portugal and the Netherlands, among others, have twisted their laws to tolerate and frame the use and sale of small amounts through special dispensaries, recreational stores (coffee shops) and clubs. It has also been sort of decriminalized or semi legalized in the Czech Republic, Belgium, Italy.
More than 80 of the French think that the current punitive legislation, among the most repressive on the continent, is ineffective while 52 favor some degree of legalization and want to see the issue debated during this year's presidential campaign, according to a 2016 Ipsos poll. France's public health agency reports.