Drugs commissioner for less harshness towards cannabis users

Cannabis, about dts
Cannabis, about dts
The drug commissioner of the federal government, Daniela Ludwig (CSU), calls for young cannabis users to be more lenient when it comes to admission to driving test.

"I think that for many young people in particular who are caught at 16, it is incredibly difficult if they get an entry, for example in the driver's license office, and are then caught freezing at 18 with the advice that you are not allowed to take your driver's license" , so Ludwig on RTL / n-tv “early start”. She is in discussion with Transport Minister Andreas Scheuer (CSU).

"We do not turn a blind eye to the fact that imbalances often occur in enforcement, which many do not understand." It is not yet clear whether a uniform result will be reached among the federal states. "But I would like to signal clearly: the problem has been recognized." The initiative has nothing to do with the discussion about the legalization of cannabis. Instead, she could well imagine treating the possession of cannabis as an administrative offense instead of a criminal offense if it was violated for the first time. Condition: mandatory advice for those who are apprehended. But the coalition agreement of the federal government stands in the way, which does not provide for such a change in the law.