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Lei nº 3/99 (Law 3/99)

Angola National Assembly Country Resources Substance Abuse Legislation Angola 6 August 1999 Legislation/regulation drugs legislation, substance use

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O presente diploma tem por objecto a definição do regime jurídico aplicável ao tráfico e consumo de estupefacientes, substâncias psicotrópicas, precursores e outros produtos químicos susceptíveis de utilização no fabrico de droga.

This law defines the legal framework applicable to the trafficking and consumption of narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances, precursors and other chemicals which may be used in the manufacturing of drugs.

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Lei nº 3/99 (Law 3/99)
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