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Plan Nacional Antidroga 2002-2006 (National Anti-Drug Plan 2002-2006)

Republic of Nicaragua Consejo Nacional de Lucha Contra las Drogas Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Nicaragua 31 December 2002 Policy document plan, rehabilitation, substance use

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El Plan Nacional de Lucha Contra las Drogas (2002-2006) de la República de Nicaragua es el mecanismo a partir del cual el Estado Nicaragüense dirige sus acciones organizadas para garantizar el cumplimiento de la Ley 285 y las leyes que protegen a la nación de la incidencia ilegal de las drogas.

The 2002-2006 National Anti-drug Plan of the Republic of Nicaragua is the mechanism whereby the State of Nicaragua directs its actions aimed at ensuring compliance with Act 285 and the acts that protect the nation against the incidence of drugs.


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