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 11/06/2015         No comments

Smoking cannabis has been ruled a 'basic human right' by the Supreme Court in Mexico.

Although the move doesn't signify legalisation of the drug , it offers space for lawmakers to look into changing legislation on a state and federal level in the country.

Judges ruled 4-1 on Wednesday that outlawing the possession and use of the marijuana plant is a violation of fundamental human rights, the Mirror reports.

So it means even though it not yet a law in Mexico, the igbo smokers can no longer be arrested or prosecuted for smoking and selling it. You can now light up at will.

Drug campaigners in Mexico say the case is monumental and could pave the way for further legalisation across the world

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