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Adoption of final report of CND

Chair of the CoW We had before us 16 draft proposals which have been approved by the Committee of the Whole. A full list of the resolutions is available at: http://www.unodc.org/unodc/en/commissions/CND/session/56-draft-resolutions.html. There has been a request to consider the draft resolution on Afghanistan first. Resolution E/CN7/2013/L10/REF1 – Strengthening international cooperation in combating illicit opiates originating …

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Committee of the whole – Efficient measures to improve participation of civil society in the Commission on Narcotic Drugs

Uruguay: We would like the CND to pay active attention to the participation of civil society organisations, such as NGO’s, trade unions and so on… In the previous paragraph we think “religious organisations” should be added to the list of civil society organisations. The following should also be addedas well as “access to internationally controlled …

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CND day 1 Round table on public health and safety issues: Hungary

European union countries are seeking to tackle these issues of drug driving through the DRUID research project. It seeks to provide recommendations on issues of prevention, screening devices and so on… It will evaluate prevention, legal enforcement, training measures, it will create a classification system and all these will be presented to the European Union. …

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CND day 4 – Plenary statement of Hungary on drug demand reduction

New 2009 Hungarian national drug policy: During the preparatory phase: consultations with international bodies. The main guiding principle is a balanced approach between demand and supply reduction interventions, integrated and disciplinary approach. Policy evaluation is also an immense part of our strategy. We need reliable and comparable data. And we need this at the international …

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False Consensus of UN Negotiations Exposed

At the adoption of the political declaration by the UN, the German delegation raised their flag and made the following statement: ‘I have the honour to speak on behalf of the following states, Australia, Bolivia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lichtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, St Lucia, Slovenia, …

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