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Follow Holland's Example

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1 Follow Holland's Example on Tue Jan 26, 2010 4:20 pm

The delegate of the United States of America suggests that as the numbers of arrested drug users and distributers are increasing annually, as it is, in the general case throughout the world.

The delecate of the United States of America, suggests that we follow the example of Holland, and legalize certain drugs which doesn't harm the society so much that it becomes inefficient.
The delegate of the United States of America, believes that it would decrease the international drug as these goods will become availablefor the people and thus, as it will be available for the people, the number of illegal drugs to be searched for can be narrowed down.

The delegate of the United States of America, suggests that certain lesser drugs are legalized and that the rest remains illegal and restricted.

The delegate is open to any and all questions, clarifications, support and suggestions within the next 2 weeks.

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2 i support you on Tue Feb 02, 2010 3:48 pm

Let's form a bloc. Holland's example is a good example let's follow it to narrow down the international drug trade

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3 Re: Follow Holland's Example on Wed Feb 03, 2010 9:43 pm

Is this policy applicable in all member nations?
Whereas the Netherlands has chosen to be more liberal, citizens of other nations can sometimes be more conservative towards these ideas. How will your domestic population react? What's the feasibility of this idea?

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4 Re: Follow Holland's Example on Mon Feb 08, 2010 8:39 am

I agree with the PA chair, as the delegate of South Africa, the decriminalization of marijuana will obviously have different consequences in developing countries like South Africa and already developed countries like the Netherlands. Marijuana in general also differs in different countries, in South Africa for example they mix marijuana with a substance called Mandrax, which creates a more aggressive high and studies have shown that this substance abuse often leads to an increase in criminality. Developing countries like South Africa, which already face so many issues like poverty and disease (HIV), this would just add another problem to their government. Furthermore, by eliminating just certain drugs like marijuana drug trade wouldn't really stop, since the most popular drug cocaine would still be illegal and might just increase its value on the black market.

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