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Ν.1729/1987 (ΦΕΚ 144/Α/1987): Καταπολέμηση Ναρκωτικών και άλλες διατάξεις (Law 1729/87 (Gov.Gaz.144/A/1987): Combating drugs and other provisions)

The Hellenic Parliament Country Resources Substance Abuse Legislation Greece 7 August 1987 Legislation/regulation prevention, rehabilitation, substance use

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The main law concerning the control and prohibition of narcotic drugs. Its main philosophy was the consideration of the drug addict as a ‘’patient’’ instead of as a criminal. The law addressed all aspects of the problem (repression, therapy, rehabilitation, research and prevention).

As amended by (as amended by L.3204/2003)


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