Suiza: el poder judicial ha establecido la despenalización total del Cannabis para todos los ciudadanos

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Ningún ciudadano suizo que lleve encima una cantidad inferior a 10 gramos de cannabis será castigado, ni siquiera con una multa. Lo ha establecido el Tribunal Federal de Lausana. La sentencia pone punto final a la múltiples interpretaciones de la ley que se han dado en los últimos años. De hecho, ya en 2013 el Congreso había modificado la ley sobre drogas estableciendo que la tenencia de cantidades por debajo de los 10 gramos no podía ser castigada. Sin embargo, dicha ley se podía aplicar solamente a los ciudadanos mayores de edad. El Tribunal Federal dice ahora que la ley suiza no prevé que haya un trato sancionador distinto hacia los menores de edad. Esto viene a raíz de la apelación de un joven de 16 años que en 2017 había sido multado por llevar consigo 1,4 gramos de hierba. Por tanto, a partir de ahora en Suiza el consumo y la tenencia (de menos de 10 gramos) debe considerarse como algo totalmente despenalizado y sin consecuencias legales, para todos los ciudadanos de cualquier edad. “Aunque la protección de menores desempeña un papel importante en la ley sobre drogas, esto no implica que 111debe haber una sanción más estricta para los menores” subraya el fallo del Tribunal Federal.


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Article translation to English:
No Swiss citizen carrying an amount less than 10 grams of cannabis will be punished, even with a fine. It has been established by the Federal Court of Lausanne. The sentence puts an end to the multiple interpretations of the law that have occurred in recent years. In fact, already in 2013 Congress had modified the drug law by stating that the possession of amounts below 10 grams could not be punished. However, this law could only be applied to citizens of legal age. The Federal Court now says that Swiss law does not provide for a different sanctioning treatment towards minors. This comes as a result of the appeal of a 16-year-old boy who in 2017 had been fined for carrying 1.4 grams of weed. Therefore, from now on in Switzerland consumption and possession (less than 10 grams) should be considered as something totally decriminalized and without legal consequences, for all citizens of any age. “Although the protection of minors plays an important role in the drug law, this does not imply that there should be a stricter sanction for minors,” underlines the Federal Court ruling.