MARIJUANA LEADER ARRESTED IN SERBIA BEFORE PUBLIC HEARING
Serbia is in South-East Europe. Thе official nаmе of thе nation is thе Rерubliс оf Sеrbiа, аnd the аrеа iѕ not so big. The population is approximately ten million people. Of those 10 million, about two-thirds are the Serbs. The remaining third consists of 28 different nationalities. Also, in the country, there are six major religious denominations.
The country’s medication laws are strict, as clarified as of recent when the main cannabis advocate, booked to give an open declaration on the plant’s helpful forces, was imprisoned before he could make his legitimization request.
Patient and dissident Dragan Alargić, referred to by numerous as the “cannabis hero,” has been battling for legalization for quite a long while. When captured, he was preparing for what seemed, by all accounts, to be a major stride forward in Serbian impression of medical marijuana.
Alargić is an establishing individual from the Initiative for Change of Cannabis Laws (IRKA), a non-profit association, and a standout among the most unmistakable patient supporters in southeast Europe. He helped organize a seminar in Serbia that was attended by widely acclaimed cannabis scientists and health experts who found the purported bliss molecule in cannabis, anandamide.
Alargić himself has a severe heart disease and kidney cancer and takes cannabis oil every day — which is the thing that landed him in boiling water with authorities. Police broke into Alargić’s crib, finding an alleged three ounces (100 grams) of dried cannabis buds. They quickly arrested him.
The рubliс hеаring wаѕ a ѕtер tоwаrd the nation’s drafting of another cannabis bill. It has started and has officially drawn substantial feedback from activists. Initially, IRKA and different NGOs have declined the privilege to take part in the debate. At that point it rose that the preparatory draft bill is very harsh than the present law, which recognizes THC — despite the fact that not the cannabis plant in a whole — as a “psychoactive drug.” As such, permits therapeutic utilization of pharmaceuticals Marinol and Sativex, albeit both are expensive to the point that few have enthusiasm for importing them.
The new draft prohibits any cannabis — even the utilization of the word itself — and also the production of hemp. If this draft gets to be law, a significant number of Serbians will continue to suffer and take part in criminal exercises.