For the Right of Getting High in Brazil

        the Right of Getting High in Brazil

drug consumption be made legal in Brazil? Many Brazilian
leaders, including judges, are in favor of such legalization.
They believe that the more repression against drugs there is,
the more Brazilians will be subject to violence and crime. According
to them, the blame for narcotrafficking should be put on the law.

Ernest Barteldes

Adriana Veloso
is a journalist living in São Paulo. She runs a personal weblog
called "Body Without Organs" (
). You can contact her at

This article was
originally published in Narco News –


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