Sunday, November 9, 2008

Christian Democrats and Labor Disagree on Drug Tolerance

Pieter van Geel, chairman of the Christian Democrats faction in Parliament, has said that the tolerance of soft drugs in so-called “coffee shops” must be ended and all of these shops should be closed. He said that the supply of drugs to these shops is a source of major income to leading criminals. He is supported by the smallest coalition party, but Labor, the second largest coalition party, wants to allow the tolerance to continue.

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