All options on the table in Central America. No decisions, but good discussions….
“We are talking about creating a legal framework to regulate the production, transit and consumption of drugs.” […]
“It’s important this is on the discussion table as an alternative to what we’ve been doing for 40 years without getting the desired results,”
A legal framework to regulate the production, transit and consumption of drugs. Can’t get clearer than that.
Oh, and I like this:
The president added that Central American leaders are considering requiring the United States, the biggest consumer of South American cocaine, to pay the region for drug raids.
“We’re talking about economic compensation for every seizure undertaken and also the destruction of marijuana and cocaine plantations,” said Perez, a 61-year-old conservative.
Headline of the month. Guatemala Times: