Supreme Court establishes jurisprudence that will allow cultivating and consuming marijuana in Mexico for recreational purposes.
The Supreme Court of Justice of Mexico established jurisprudence that will permit cultivating and consuming marijuana in that country for recreational purposes to those who request permission from the Federal Government.
With four votes in favor and one against, the first room of the Supreme Court granted the fifth amparo for the recreational use of marijuana in Mexico, which established jurisprudence.
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Likewise, it establishes that “this right may not be exercised against minors or in public places where third parties are found that have not given their authorization.”
The local newspaper El Financiero explains that said authorization would include the acquisition of seed, as well as planting , cultivating, harvesting, preparing, possessing and transporting marijuana, its resin, preparations and seeds.
The Mazatlan Post