On the other hand, the deputy of Ciudadanos Noemi de la Calle has announced that her group shares the content of the law, but has indicated that some aspects can generate “frustrations” since the legalization of cannabis is “a national competition” and has joked with that “soon we will hear that Madrid will not let us smoke”.
The socialist deputy Raul Moreno has pointed out that “regulate what already exists is the best way to control it” and recalled that so far cannabis users did it in conditions of “legal and hygienic insecurity,” which “violated their rights.”
From Catalonia Yes That Is Pot, Albano Dante Fechlin has celebrated the law that “In ace from below like the marijuana plants,” and has asked to “keep alive the engine” of the ILP even though “it enters into conflict with other instances” like the TC.
The PP has voted against
Opposed has been the sense of the intervention of the famous Alberto Villagers, who has condemned that the law “try to regulate something that cannot be tolerated as the consumption of drugs” and has predicted a “short journey” to the text approved today. From the CUP, Serge Saladin has expressed that his group supports “the clear and full legalization of cannabis,” although he has not presented amendments because the law is the result of “an initiative that comes from the street,” and has concluded: “Viva Cataluña free and cannabis.”
The representative of the promoting commission of the ILP that has intervened before the plenary session of the chamber, David Martinez, has indicated that the approval of said legislation supposes “a firm step towards a more just and egalitarian society “and “it amends the historical error of prohibitionist policies on drugs. “