En la reunión entre períodos de sesiones de la Comisión de Estupefacientes (CND) que tuvo lugar el 12 de junio, se invitó a los países y a los grupos regionales a presentar sus primeras ideas de lo que se podría incluir en el documento final de la UNGASS 2016. Aquí se presenta una lista de todas las aportaciones que se han hecho públicas hasta la fecha. Más información, en inglés, está disponible abajo.
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Preparations are gathering pace for the United Nations General Assembly Special Session (UNGASS) on drugs, to be held on the 19th to 21st April 2016 in New York. Following several months of discussion on procedural elements, attention is now focused on negotiating the content of the “short, substantive, concise and action-orientated outcome document comprising a set of operational recommendations” to be approved by the General Assembly next April.
At the CND intersessional meeting on 12th June, countries and regional groups were invited to submit their first ideas for what could be included in this Outcome Document, by a deadline of 11th September. You will find below a list of all contributions released by UN member states and regional bodies that have been made public to date:
Contributions from member states
Contributions from regional bodies
Contributions from civil society
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- Argentina (Spanish)
- Chile (Spanish)
- Costa Rica (Spanish)
- Cuba (Spanish)
- Ecuador (Spanish)
- El Salvador (Spanish)
- Guatemala (Spanish)
- Mexico (Spanish)
- Panama (Spanish)
- Peru (Spanish)
- United Kingdom
- United States
- Venezuela (Spanish)
- European Union
- MERCOSUR (Spanish)
- Civil Society Task Force
- Informal European coalition of reform NGOs
- International Drug Policy Consortium