Cristian Mihai Dide says the project could be implemented for at least 6 years
Citizenship activist Cristian Mihai Dide announced the “Legalizăm.ro” branding ceremony in Constitution Square and spoke on the status of a cannabis legalization project in Romania.
“In our view, everything is very bad. This is the opinion of anyone who does not represent the government, that is, citizens, whether traders, consumers, farmers. We are very bad. One of the reasons is that European law is constantly changing for the better. and rest, but Romania is moving very hard to embrace European change “, said Cristian Dide, ONLY for DC NEWS.
The activist explained that the United Nations, on the recommendation of the World Health Organization, “degraded” cannabis from a list of dangerous drugs, Appendix 4, identifying them in Annex 1 of the Drug Convention.
So far, the new parliament has not supported the project
“So far, we have allowed Parliament to sit down, Parliamentary activities have not started. We are now talking to various legislators and we have started working on the reasons for changing the law the way we want. For example, we want the concentration of 0.3% THC in products or plants no longer considered as a drug. We have an address from the Romanian Institute of Biodiversity where it tells us that the 0.3% concentration has no psychological effects, so you cannot take medication with hemp. We want this to be legalized “, continued activist Cristian Dide.
The website “Legalizăm.ro”, created tonight at the Romanian Parliament
“Tonight’s event is a step in the right direction. We want to persuade our supporters and signatories to be more involved. for you, not if you have used it in the past.
We want freedom to benefit from our own person and privacy. In private life, the government should not always intervene if it does not violate the rights of another citizen. We are not asking to kill anyone in our house, we just want to plant a plant and benefit from our own person. The signatories must understand that it is their fundamental freedom to ask these things too in Romania “, he concluded, noting that six years is the most hopeful word for the implementation of the plan.