youth network ‘No, marijuana and drugs’ submits letter to Narcotics Control Board canceling ‘free marijuana’

The Youth Against Marijuana Network submits a letter to the Narcotics Control Board to cancel legal marijuana.

Youth Network Against Marijuana and Drugs (YNAC) presents a letter to cancel the liberalization of marijuana but also supports medical marijuana.

on November 21 Youth Network Against Marijuana and Drugs (YNAC) a letter in the Office of the Narcotics Control Board asking the Narcotics Control Board to include an agenda for consideration. At a meeting of the Narcotics Control Board on November 22, 2022 Subject: Cancellation of the announcement of the Ministry of Public Health on the release of liberal marijuana and the Narcotics Control Board, Ministry of Public Health, with Mr Mana Siripittayawat, Deputy Secretary General of the Narcotics Control Board, recipient of the letter.

Representatives of the Youth Network Against Marijuana and Drugs (YNAC) spoke about the reasons for presenting the letter today. Want the problems caused by the liberalized cannabis vacuum that is common throughout Thailand at the moment set A survey of the names of 15,432 students, students, parents and teachers was carried out.

While showing support for medical marijuana But oppose the liberalization of marijuana. therefore he submitted a letter to the ONCB to include an agenda to be considered at the ONCB Board meeting on November 22, 2022 on the cancellation of the announcement of the Ministry of Public Health, the release of marijuana for free. and the Drug Control Board, Ministry of Public Health For marijuana to be classified as a category 5 drug under the Narcotics Code. But cannabis can also be used for this purpose. usually medical

Mr Wichai Chaimongkol, secretary general of the ONCB said, “ONCB, as secretary of the ONCB, will submit to the ONCB chairman (Mr. Wissanu Krua-ngam, Deputy Prime Minister) for consideration and presentation to the ONCB Board of Meeting directors to support the committee’s consideration when giving opinions and recommendations on the Ministry of Public Health’s Notice on Controlled Herbs (marijuana), BE 2022, which will already be included on the agenda of ONCB Board meetings.

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