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29th November 2022
Brazil: The National Public Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa) has authorised Canabidiol Ease Labs 100 mg/ml to be manufactured in Brazil in the form of a solution for oral use. The agency has already approved 23 cannabis-derived products.
28th November 2022
23rd November 2022
Colombia: The Senate has approved Bill 002/2022 on recreational cannabis on its first vote. The bill, which aims to amend the constitution to legalise recreational cannabis, has already been approved on first and second vote by the Chamber of Representatives, in September and October. It was introduced by members of the centre-left Liberal Party (Partido Liberal Colombiano), part of the ruling coalition, along with representatives from the Historic Pact (Pacto Histórico) and Radical Change (Cambio Radical) parties.
21st November 2022
18th November 2022
18th November 2022
10th November 2022
Colombia: The Global Commission on Drugs Policy (GCDP), whose members include a number of former heads of state and which advocates drug policies based on scientific evidence, human rights, and public health, has published a position paper on Colombia. The report recommends that the manufacture, cultivation, consumption, and sale of cannabis, among other drugs, be decriminalised and regulated. The commission believes a deep reform of drug policy in the country is required and could bring significant economic and social benefits. The recommendations are in line with the current Colombian government’s cannabis policy, which aims to legalise the cultivation, consumption, and sale of recreational cannabis.
9th November 2022
Chile: The Senate decided yesterday to drop provisions allowing cultivation of cannabis for medicinal purposes, possession and cultivation of up to 500 g of cannabis and personal possession of up to 40 g from a bill amending several laws, including Law 20,000 on Narcotics. The bill is moving forward without the provisions relating to cannabis.
8th November 2022
Guyana: The National Assembly yesterday passed the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (Control) (Amendment) Bill 2021, decriminalising possession of up to 30 g of cannabis, press reports. Anyone found with up to 15 g of cannabis will face mandatory counselling, while those found with between 15 g and 30g will be required to do community service.
7th November 2022
31st October 2022
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