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1st April 2022
Slovakia: Zuzana Čaputová, the president of Slovakia, has signed the amendment to the Criminal Code, which seeks, among other things, to reduce penalties for cannabis use, media reports. However, the signed version of the amendment has not yet been circulated.
18th March 2022
Slovakia: On Wednesday, 16th March, the amendment to the Criminal Code that seeks, among other things, to reduce penalties for cannabis use, was approved by the National Council of the Slovak Republic, media reports. However, the approved version of the amendment is not circulated yet.
18th February 2022
Slovakia: The amendment to the Criminal Code – which seeks, among other things, to reduce penalties for recreational cannabis use – was moved to the second reading, according to media reports. MP Kristián Čekovsky (OĽANO), added that the penalties for dealers would not change and would remain strict. The MP believes that the amendment will be adopted in March.
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