Rwanda's News on complex cannabis legalization
For export purposes, Rwanda’s News on legalized cannabis cultivation in its national territories. This nation seems positive news that another African country is taking the anti-prohibitionist turn-after Zambia, Zimbabwe, and South Africa-still finding a way to expand the cannabis industry. However, Rwanda’s legalization is ludicrous, and perversely: cannabis-producing businesses are born for sale internationally. But domestic sales continue to suffer severe restrictions (up to 2 years), and even primary users continue to do so. End in jail (up to 2 years’ penalty).
Rwanda’s gist of the law passed by the country’s parliament by the government will take care of authorizing licenses to some manufacturing companies selling cannabis outside national borders. “There will be strong measures, including CCTV, watchtowers, street lighting, and security. The law will ensure that the crop does not leave the factory to go to the local market. We will not allow any other crop; this will not excuse drug addicts and traffickers.
The law against narcotics remains unchanged and will continue to apply,” said Rwandan Health Minister Daniel Ngamije. In short, a direction dictated by purely economic purposes. And to enter the global cannabis business, but with no intention of repealing prohibition and citizens’ persecution.
The distribution of medical marijuana is mostly free in Rwanda.
Rwanda's News on Regulation on weed
The call on Congress on Prioritize the Federal Marijuana Reform of State and Local Cannabis Regulators.
The State and local cannabis regulators around the country and the Opioid Policing Coalition are pressing for Congress’ goals for the reform of federal marijuana with the introduction. In the House after the November 2020 elections, of the Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement (MorE) Act (HR 3884). “By eliminating marijuana from the Regulated Drugs Act, regulators said in a letter to Congress. MORE Act will ensure that the federal government is a partner for legitimization policies. And to give legitimate cannabis companies access to services that require them to be compliant and pay tax enterprises. Furthermore, create and fund projects aimed at equal participation in the cannabis industry, and identify and resolve drug wars and their impacts.
The Columbian government claims Mexican cartels are the leading purchasers of Colombian-produced coca, said Rafael Guarin, President of Security Advisory Committee. “The Mexicans are the key purchasers of the Colombian-produced coca provision.” “For the most part, the Mexicans take over purchasing, laundering, and distribution in the United States.” Guarin says that lists as the top buyers of cocaine produced by criminal gangs in Colombia, including the present and former guerrilla communist, Sinaloa, Jalisco, the New Wave, Zetas, and Beltran-Leyva cartels.
Rwandan Government Ok Medicinal Exports of Marijuana. At the beginning of this month, the Rwanda Development Board declared the government’s approval to export medical marijuana production to reach US and European markets. The nation will shortly commence applying to interested investors for licenses. The Board claimed that ‘this investment structure should not impact Rwanda’s still banned legal status of cannabis use.’