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Lei nº 11.343 (Law 11,343/2006)

Brazil Presidency of the Republic Country Resources Substance Abuse Legislation Brazil 23 August 2006 Legislation/regulation prevention, rehabilitation, substance use

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Atual lei sobre drogas do Brasil. Esta Lei institui o Sistema Nacional de Políticas Públicas sobre Drogas - Sisnad; prescreve medidas para prevenção do uso indevido, atenção e reinserção social de usuários e dependentes de drogas; estabelece normas para repressão à produção não autorizada e ao tráfico ilícito de drogas e define crimes.

Current drug law of Brazil, which establishes the National System of Public Policies on Drugs - Sisnad; prescribes measures to prevent drug abuse, attention and social reintegration of drug users and addicts; standards for crackdown on unauthorized production and trafficking of illicit define crimes and drugs.


Lei nº 11.343 (Law 11,343/2006)
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