President Manuel Zelaya proposed legalizing drug use, which he said would free up Honduras’s financial resources and defang international traffickers.
“The trade of arms, drugs and people … are scourges on the international economy, and we are unable to provide effective responses” because of conventional legal restraints, Zelaya said Monday at the opening of the 18th meeting of regional leaders against drug trafficking. […]
“Rather than continue to kill and capture traffickers, we could invest in resources for education and training,” the Honduran leader said.
He figured it out.