La nueva regulación noruega proporciona acceso a una lista de grupos de sustancias, lo cual permite al gobierno predefinir con mayor precisión las drogas de reciente desarrollo. Más información, en inglés, está disponible abajo.

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The new regulation in Norway provides access to list of the groups of substances, that allows the government to a greater extent predefine newly developed drugs.  In the list adopted as part of the regulation, 10 groups of substances are listed. These groups cover the vast majority of the newly developed psychotropic drugs that was uncovered since 2011.

According to Norwegian News Agency -ANB’s report, more than 25 new drugs have found their way to Norway this year. National Institute of Drug Abuse (SIRUS) does not expect a decline in the following year. A synthetic cannabis, called cathinones (mephedrone, MDPV), accounts for most of the increase.

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