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New Zealand to hold referendum on recreational legalization

New Zealand Proposes Referendum for Full Legalization of 2020 to Legalize Medical Legalization of Cannabis

New Zealand will hold a referendum on the legalization of cannabis for recreational purposes in 2020's general elections, a week after the legalization of cannabis use for medical purposes.

New Zealand government promises pro-cannabists a referendum on the total legalization of cannabis

New Zealand promises green partyorganize a referendum on the total legalization of cannabis in 2020.

Greens MEP Chloe Swarbrick, a long-time advocate for the legalization of all drugs, welcomed the government's announcement.

She is determined to treat drug use and addiction as a health issue, not a criminal case ...

As in France, cannabis is widely consumed in New Zealand. However, the police largely ignore personal use on a small scale.

New Zealanders in favor of cannabis

According to a survey of Nueva Zelanda Drug Foundation a principios de este año, two-thirds of respondents were in favor of legalizing or decriminalizing cannabis.

"We know from surveys over a number of years that a majority of New Zealanders support cannabis law reform," said Sandra Murray, a spokesperson for the province. Coalición para la Reforma del Cannabis.

However, she said that the details of exactly what would be asked of voters had not yet been released.

"It is disappointing that we have not clarified the issue yet," Murray said. "Our coalition reiterates our preference for a two-part question that asks first if people support the possession and cultivation of cannabis for personal use by adults, and then if they support the possibility for adults to buy cannabis for their own use. cannabis in licensed facilities. This could take the form of a modular bill that would allow the adoption of one or both sections, depending on the result of the referendum. "

In the race to be the third country of legalization

If New Zealand legalizes recreational cannabis, it will be only the third country in the world to do so after Uruguay and Canada, as well as nine US states and the District of Columbia. It should be noted that cannabis has been decriminalized in many parts of Europe.

Thus, the legalization of cannabis is perhaps only the first in a series of referendums on which New Zealanders will vote in 2020 ...

Cannabis fans hope for a positive result against the country's last big referendum in 2016 ... That year, New Zealanders refused to change the country's flag after a year-long campaign that cost more than 17 million dollars ...

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