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Deputy minister defends Malaysia's zero tolerance drug policy, despite new evidence
 

Deputy minister defends Malaysia's zero tolerance drug policy, despite new evidence

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Malaysia's zero tolerance drug policy is better than the US approach to legalise "soft" narcotics like marijuana to curb drug addiction, said the deputy home minister. He also refuted calls for Puspen centres to change their methods of treating drug addicts.
 
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19 Dec 2016 - General
 
Habiba Twakkol yes, the policies of MOH are changing to control drug addiction using zero tolerance drug policy by no drugs usage. But applying this zero tolerance drug policy further require to provide and update treatment with addicting drugs. Further adding it is good to see adding more detention centres and voluntary retirement centres every year. We all to be a part in implementation of this policy. Thanking...
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Madhubabu kaaja it is a great approach to discuss and try to improve the ways of treating addiction.
I Totally agree with his opinion that replacing heroine with methadone will only benefits companies and will not solve the problem.
Addiction will eventually lead to death, it is a contagious problem and should be monitored precisely, by discovering the sources or the sellers and put restrictions and tough ...
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