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New medical cannabis industry regulations delayed in Spain

Back in June 2022, Spain's Health and Consumption Commission of the Congress of Deputies approved an opinion of the Medical Cannabis Subcommittee, which called for medical cannabis industry regulations.

Part of that approved opinion involved tasking the Spanish Agency for Medicines and Health Products (Aims) to come up with a regulatory plan within six months regarding how it would implement the recommendations of the approved opinion.

That six-month deadline expired in December 2022, and here we are in 2023, and it's still unclear when the plan will be released. Per El Espanol (translated to English):

"The agency dependent on the Ministry of Health coordinated by Carolina Darias had a period of 6 months to prepare a document with recommendations so that the regulations have legal requirements and are 'viable.' The problem? That document has not arrived. And we are already in 2023."

To read the complete article, go to www.internationalcbc.com

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