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Loi no.97-19 Août 1997 Relative au Contrôle Des Stupéfiants, des Substances Psychotropes et des Précurseurs et à l’Extradition et à l’Entraide Judiciaire en Matière de Trafic des Stupéfiants, des Substances Psychotropes et des Précurseurs (Law no.97-August 19, 1997 Relative to the Control Of Drugs, Psychotropic Substances and Precursors and on Mutual Assistance in Material Traffic of Narcotic Drugs, Psychotropic Substances and Precursors)

The Parliament of Cameroon; Republic of Cameroon Country Resources Substance Abuse Legislation Cameroon 19 August 1997 Legislation/regulation drugs legislation, mental health system, prevention

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La présente loi vise à prévenir la consommation et le traffic des substances classées.

This Act is to prevent the use and trafficking of classified substances.

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