Caricom commission submits ganja report

The commission is required to recommend the legal and administrative conditions to be applied should there be reclassification
Jamaica Observer (Jamaica)
Thursday, January 25, 2018

caricom marijuana useThe Caribbean Community (Caricom) Regional Marijuana Commission established to investigate the issue of marijuana use in the region has submitted a status report, the Guyana-based Caricom Secretariat has announced. It said that the 10-member commission, which is chaired by Professor Rosemarie Belle-Antoine of the St Augustine campus of the University of the West Indies, is expected to present its findings and recommendations to the Caricom summit to be held in Jamaica in July. According to the status report, marijuana has emerged as an issue of social significance across the region. (See also: Caricom: The people say 'legalise it')