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    Posted April 24, 2014 by
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    The political party D66 is planning to handout free ectasy pills in Holland

     

    The youth section of D66 (young Democrats) is planning to free the next time to share in ecstasy pills from Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Utrecht. This action would better the illegality that Ecstasy advocate D66. Often are drugs that are purchased in the entertainment circuit polluted, what major health risks the use of Ecstasy is a health problem according to the JD. The origin and ingredients of the pills are not known; This makes the risks of using unacceptably wide.

     

    At the Royal Koningsdag and during the whole night, festival season, widely used by young people, other party drugs Ecstasy and can be read in the statement. ' With the current Dutch drug policy makes this use for dangerous situations ', writes the JD. ' Fatal accidents every year come for. '

     

    In the statement that ' the production and use of ECSTASY from the illegality should be extracted and then be closely regulated. A determent, higher quality requirements and thorough information the number of drug-related deaths strongly bring down. With the proceeds from excise duties on tobacco and alcohol, as they also have to cover the costs, and counting further on at the overall tax revenue of the State. '

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