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Czech Republic: National Anti-Drug Coordinator Supports Cannabis Social Club Model

While the Czech Republic has already given signs that it intended to move towards legalizing recreational cannabis, it is now becoming clearer how the country’s government intends to do so. The Anti-Drug Coordinator, Jindřich Vobořil, will set up a working group to carry out the evaluation on the implementation of recreational cannabis, in a manner analogous to what happened in Germany.



The Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, Petr Fiala, has announced the establishment of a working group of experts to discuss the issues surrounding the legalization of adult use of cannabis in the country, in a model that is expected to follow that of neighboring Germany. Jindřich Vobořil, National Anti-Drug Coordinator, will be in charge of putting the panel together and has shown himself to be an advocate of the social club model, according to some posts on his social networks.

Vobořil, who is an advocate of social cannabis clubs, said in a Facebook post that he wants to “keep cannabis clubs until my last breath. I find this model very useful, at least in the first years.”

The coordinator also shared a video where he makes some remarks about this model.

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Chech Prime Minister is in contact with Germany

Although there is no complete understanding of the various measures that each country intends to apply, Jindřich Vobořil assumed that he is “in direct contact with our colleagues from Germany and we have repeatedly confirmed that we want to coordinate.” The official also stated that there will be news regarding this evaluation only next year.

Visiting Cannabis Social Clubs

The National Anti-Drug Coordinator of the Czech Republic, who visited a cannabis club in Barcelona last week, confirmed that he has become a member, although he is not a consumer. According to Jindřich Vobořil, social clubs “should be part of the proposed regulatory model in the Czech Republic,” and he made the visit to see how they operate (how they accept members and what the atmosphere is like in the space).

Despite the positive considerations regarding the environment of the spaces, from the Czech official’s point of view, there are still some answers missing, mainly regarding supply and production, but also regarding the teams that work in these spaces. He also states that in economic terms the structuring “needs to be clearly defined. It seems that keeping everything non-profitable is not very easy in the long term,” he concluded.


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Arturo Garcia started out as a political writer for a local newspaper in Peru, before covering big-league sports for national broadsheets. Eventually he began writing about innovative tech and business trends, which let him travel all over North and South America. Currently he is exploring the world of Bitcoin and cannabis, two hot commodities which he believes are poised to change history.