Sweden’s general election in September was not good news for cannabis advocates, with the new right-wing bloc minority government likely to take a highly restrictive view, while cannabinoids are not high on its agenda.

The coalition agreement makes no mention of cannabis. However, the Moderate Party’s general programme calls for “a restrictive drug policy with a focus on prevention”.

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      Sweden’s general election in September was not good news for cannabis advocates, with the new right-wing bloc minority government likely to take a highly restrictive view, while cannabinoids are not high on its agenda.

      The coalition agreement makes no mention of cannabis. However, the Moderate Party’s general programme calls for “a restrictive drug policy with a focus on prevention”.

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