The Mexican judge speaks of the drug problem in Mexico from its legal perspective. He says the policy has advocated pursuing traffic while controlling the supply and rehabilitation has been relegated. Prevention and consumption must be treated on par of traffic, since Mexico is a country that has evolved to become a consumer. He cites the National Survey of Addictions 2008 to indicate a sharp increase compared to 2002, an increase of 22% in 6 years. He also mentions that by law the Mexican State must address drug intake with treatment.
Óscar Vázquez Marín at the ForumMay 18th, 2012 by MUCD Leave a reply »