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  • Post Time Posted February 19, 2019
The House of Representatives in Cyprus have passed a law regulating the production, use and import of medicinal cannabis.

The legislation regulates the import of cannabis and cannabis seeds into the Republic of Cyprus, as well as licensing fees and administrative penalties, in the potential, future event of a breach of regulations.

Cultivation will be conducted by three licensed producers for the first 15 years, with reports saying the aim is to attract large foreign firms with experience in the sector. The fee for the licence was set at half a million euros, in addition to $30,000 in annual fees.

Due to the restrictions and provisions of the law, only medical doctors are allowed to prescribe the drug. Thirty-four members of parliament voted in favour of the bill and 18 voted against.

Medicinal cannabis will be given by prescription to patients suffering from chronic conditions associated with, among others, cancer, HIV, degenerative diseases of the motor system, rheumatopathy, neuropathy and glaucoma. It will also be given to patients suffering from Tourette’s syndrome and Crohn’s disease.

Source: http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/cyprus-legalizes-medical-cannabis

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