Le Sénat tchèque a approuvé un projet de loi autorisant l'usage médical de la marijuana avec l'appui de tous les partis politiques représentés au parlement. Pour en savoir plus, en anglais, veuillez lire les informations ci-dessous.

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The Czech Senate approved a bill allowing for the medical use of marijuana by an overwhelming margin of 67-2. The measure had already passed the lower house of parliament with support from all the political parties represented in the parliament. Newly-elected Czech President Milos Zeman is expected to sign it into law.

But while medical marijuana advocates are pleased that their government has moved to legalize the use of the herb for medicinal purposes, they are less happy with a provision that says only imported marijuana will be allowed to be sold for the first year "to ensure standards." That will make medical marijuana too expensive while enriching the black market and the few companies that will be selected as official traders of it.

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