Brazil: Marijuana March in Fortaleza expects 10 thousand participants

The march, scheduled for next Sunday, at Iracema Beach, argues that marijuana has economic potential and should be explored.

The Marijuana March Brazil, social, cultural and political movement that questions the prohibition regarding the cultivation and consumption of cannabis in the country, argues that marijuana has economic potential and should be explored, especially when consistent from an environmental point of view. In addition, the march struggles for medicinal and recreational use of cannabis.

The event is international and takes place in 300 cities around the world. The march has taken place every year since 1999. In Brazil, the event is always held in the month of May and in 2015 will be present in 28 cities. This year in Fortaleza expects approximately 10,000 participants.

The main objectives of the march is to create spaces for debate, dialogue and articulate the issue; drive reforms in laws and public policies related to...

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