Norway’s Alliance for Rights-Oriented Drug Policies (AROD) To Hold Cannabis Sale Outside Oslo Police HQ Sept 11 To Highlight Country’s Drug Policy Failures

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Norway’s Alliance for rights-oriented Drug Policies (AROD) says that to vindicate the rights of drug law violators, they will on 11 September 2021, hold a cannabis sale outside Oslo’s police headquarters to protest the abject failure of  Norwegian drug reform.   Oslo Police HQ   Roar Mikalsen of AROD  says …….Despite the recent Royal Commission’s report, which demonstrates that moral panic has been the chief influence on the development of drug policy, and NGOs documentation of the connection between this phenomenon and human rights crimes, politicians continue to agitate for persecution on refuted terms. Thus, we intend to help Norway recognize the rule of law through a civil disobedience campaign on behalf of the persecuted groups. We do this not to provoke, but to expose the blind spot of Norwegian drug law reform and to promote a larger picture of rights. This picture of rights is being confirmed internationally, and it is time for Norway and other countries to fulfil basic obligations. Roar Mikalsen Full Press Release Cannabis sale at the main police station in Oslo on Saturday, 11 September, 2021, at 1300 ​​The Norwegian drug reform has crashed. Despite the Royal Commission’s recent report, which demonstrates that moral panic has been the chief influence on the development of drug policy, and organisations’ documentation of the connection between this phenomenon and human rights crimes, politicians continue to agitate for persecution on refuted terms. In doing so, the politicians have failed to fulfil obligations imposed by international law, and the Alliance for Rights-Oriented Drug Policy (AROD) intends to help Norway recognise the rule of law through a civil disobedience campaign on behalf of the persecuted groups. ​ The State’s responsibility towards persecuted groups While observing the situation from the constitutional perspective, one cannot go from criminalising drug use to making it a case of morbidity…

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