Antigua to consider decriminalising a larger quantity of cannabis

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A tour guide shows marijuana growing openly in a flower garden

Prime Minister Gaston Browne says consideration will be given to decriminalising a larger quantity of cannabis.

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10 COMMENTS

  1. Election is close still vote them out .Don’t take the cannabis bribe and give them another term. Two term is enough

  2. I am not against the plant it has its purpose we don’t need to just decriminalized we need to educate, what we don’t want is the youths them abusing and mess up their minds.

    • @Smh. Agree with you. Don’t think we need a bunch of old and young zombies sitting around doing nothing but taking drugs all day. Making cannabis legal does not mean it does not have detrimental effects on the brain.

  3. The prime Minister is seeking out the Rastas vote (fair enough), but for legalising the herb, and others, who have criminal records for possession and selling, then to expunge their crimes. How come?!

    WHAT CRIMES PAY NOW?

    Add to this, the 4,000 immigrants that Gaston Browne will give voter ID’s to for the coming election, sounds downright interdicted and felonious to honest hardworking Antiguans.

    This man’s desperation for power and the retention of office holds no bounds!

    IF THE ABLP GETS AWAY WITH THESE UNWARRANTED AND UNDERHAND TACTICS FOR VOTE-CHASING, ANTIGUA πŸ‡¦πŸ‡¬ DONE, FINISHED, FINITO …

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