La Bolivie fait de nouveau officiellement partie de la Convention Unique sur les Stupéfiants de 1961, sans être obligée de se plier à l’exigence injuste et irréaliste d’abolir la mastication de la feuille de coca. Pour en savoir plus, en anglais, veuillez lire les informations ci-dessous.

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Today, 11th of January 2013 , the Plurinational State of Bolivia can celebrate a rightful victory, as the country becomes formally a party again to the 1961 Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, but without being bound by its unjust and unrealistic requirement that “coca leaf chewing must be abolished.” This represents the successful conclusion of an arduous process in which Bolivia has sought to reconcile its international treaty obligations with its 2009 Constitution, which obliges upholding the coca leaf as part of Bolivia’s cultural patrimony.

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