Cannabis in Slovakia is illegal. Possession or use of small amounts of cannabis (or only 1 joint) is punishable by up to eight years in prison.Improve information
In 2011, Slovak parliament ruled CBD into Group 2 of the Psychotropic Substances Act, which means that the handling, import and export from the Slovak Republic requires the consent of the Ministry of Health. However, the ruling was actually for the drug Sativex, which contains both THC and CBD. Slovak parliament claimed they were unaware that Sativex contained any CBD but still refused to remove the cannabinoid from Group 2.
October 16, 2014 the government of Slovakia decided to drop the seeds of cannabis sativa from the list of narcotics.
Young Slovaks find marijuana appealing, with approximately 40 percent of respondents aged 15-24 experimenting with the drug last year, according to a European school survey on alcohol and drugs carried out on a sample of 10,000 students.
In practice, Slovak journalists tend to avoid the drug problem and routinely practice self-censorship, or cover drug-related topics purely from the criminal point of view. Section 174 of the Criminal Law was used on 17 March 2010 to file a complaint at the police which started investigating the fact, that the new political party Freedom and Solidaritypublished its intention to decriminalize cannabis in its program statement before the 2010 parliamentary election. The case was finally dismissed on 4 May 2010.
The government of Slovakia decided to drop the seeds of cannabis sativa from the list of narcotics
CommentsYou must login
Getting weed in Slovakia is easy if you know the right people to deal with. Greenie ( local420delivery at gmail com ) is the only local vendor who has extensive knowledge of Slovakia and can hook you up with the best quality of bud without any hassle. Just hit him up and place your order. He is very professional and keep things discreet. You won't regret dealing with him. Email " local420delivery(at)gmail(dot)com "