Cannabis in Tunisia is illegal since 1953.
Using or possessing entails 1–5 years of imprisonment + 1000-3000 dinars (around 500$-1500$). Selling, transporting or cultivating entails 6–25 years of imprisonment + 5000-100,000 dinars (around 2500$-50,000$).
Tunisia still uses urinalysis to prove cases of use without possession. If the urinalysis is below "20 nanogram/litre", defendant will be accused by inhalation which is 6 months of imprisonment.
Between 2011 and 2016, the number of trials under the law shot up from 732 to 5,744.Improve information
Cannabis is also known as zatla nationally or takrouri regionally.
Cannabis was banned in Tunisia by decree