Spain has established medical cannabis regulations
On May 13, the Health Committee of the Spanish National People’s Congress approved a proposal. Subcommittee It will consider the experience of other countries with medical marijuana. The subcommittee’s findings could pave the way for the legalization of medical marijuana in Spain. According to a recent poll, about 90% of Spaniards would approve of this move.
Spain currently lack of Medical cannabis program at the national level. Regulators approved two cannabis drugs, Sativex and Epidiolex, but only for certain diseases. Use for the treatment of other diseases must be approved by the medical court, depending on the region. and, cost It may be prohibitive.
The proposal to establish a subcommittee has been proposed by PNV (Basque Nationalists), Appeared As the curious flag bearer of medical marijuana.In keeping with its reputation Conservative The party did not require the legalization of adult use of marijuana, but insisted on focusing on health issues.
At the same time, it is expected that the leftist Unidas Podemos (Unidas Podemos) will soon lift the veil of cannabis Bill.Is consistent We canOn this platform, the draft legislation is expected to legalize recreational marijuana under extensive government supervision.
Looking to the future, the fate of legalization will largely depend on the ruling socialist. The government led by Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez has shown a lack of enthusiasm for the legalization of medical marijuana. sure “The available evidence is insufficient to recommend widespread use [of cannabis] By patients with specific diseases. “
But when regional At the government level, socialists seem to be more inclined to support legalization, at least in terms of medical marijuana.And recently polling Shows that at least in some cases, 50% of Spaniards are in favor of legalizing adult cannabis use. It is reasonable to assume that the number of Socialist voters is higher. Therefore, we may still see socialists throw their support behind a legalization bill.