Undercover: Street dealers show failure of Dutch drugs policy

Undercover The Dutch drugs policy is undoubtedly failing! Former Dutch Justice Minister Opstelten has come up with several laws in order to stamp out cannabis, and to reduce the nuisance of drug tourism in the south of the country. Check out the legacy of his harsh policy!

The Dutch drugs policy is undoubtedly failing! In the last 5 years, former Dutch Justice Minister Ivo Opstelten introduced several laws in order to stamp out the use of cannabis, and to reduce the nuisance of drug tourism in the southern provinces of the country. Ironically, on Monday the 9th of March 2015, Opstelten and his secretary of state Fred Teeven resigned, because of a fraudulent deal Teeven made with a drug criminal, back in the early nineties.

But did the millions of tax money spent via the aforementioned laws successfully dispel drug tourists? Are the streets safer with 70% of Dutch police force used to fight against drugs? And is it more difficult to purchase weed now than before?
Cannabis News Network went out on the streets with hidden cameras to find out.

They are sharing their findings with you in two parts. First-up is a spectacular undercover operation to show the current situation on the streets of the Netherlands and France.

Next up is an extensive test of all the cannabis Cannabis News Network purchased on the streets in order to get a better idea of the quality out there. The results are certain to surprise you!

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