Morocco likely to join countries that legalized cultivation of cannabis

About 80,000 families in the Rif Mountains are living from growing cannabis
Morocco World News
Friday, October 10, 2014

After the Istiqlal party, one of the old conservative parties of Morocco, proposed last year a draft law to decriminalize and regulate the cultivation of cannabis for medical and pharmaceutical uses, the country is re-examining policies toward cannabis and looking to some degree of legalization of this corp. Despite a centuries-old tradition of growing cannabis in the Rif Mountains, and the raising voices to decriminalize the cultivation of the crop, the proposal may face fierce opposition.