Trinidad President signs marijuana law

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According to the Trinidad Guardian, Pres­i­dent Paula-Mae Weekes has de­clared the dan­ger­ous drugs amend­ment act law and it comes in­to ef­fect on Mon­day.

Yes­ter­day, the Pres­i­dent gave as­sent to the bill which will now al­low adults to have up to 30 grammes of the drug in their pos­ses­sion.

The re­laxed laws will al­so al­low for a house­hold to have up to four plants, how­ev­er, per­sons are not al­lowed to smoke in pub­lic spaces or while op­er­at­ing a ve­hi­cle.

Gov­ern­ment’s bill to al­low per­sons to use small quan­ti­ties of mar­i­jua­na was passed in the house of rep­re­sen­ta­tives and sen­ate.

Cannabis ac­tivist Naz­ma Muller has de­scribed the move to de­crim­i­nalise mar­i­jua­na as a vic­to­ry as she deemed the pre­vi­ous laws as a vi­o­la­tion of cit­i­zens con­sti­tu­tion­al rights to free­dom.

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  1. Across the Caribbean some people in authority are starting to grow a backbone, and not continue to be afraid of what The Big Three say. Please go back and expunge those bogus criminal records for marijuana.

  2. you all government in the caribbean are copy cats with this mariauana laws, then back 50 years ago was a big deal, big crimes criminal offense for using a joint.


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