ReLeaf Malta formed out of a need for responsible cannabis users to make their voices heard. After decades of misinformation, punitive legislation and stigmatization of non-violent citizens who were deemed to be criminal for simple personal use, ReLeaf wants to update and radically amend Malta’s judicial laws in respect to cannabis.
With more research coming out about the medical benefits and the safety of cannabis also with the failure of the war on drugs I believe it is the right time for Malta to regulate cannabis and offer the safer option to its citizens.
With both the Government of Malta as well as members of the Opposition coming out in favour of cannabis legalisation, the time has come for responsible users to break the taboo and show their Government that they can’t be treated like criminals any longer, while educating the Maltese community about the benefits of the cannabis plant.
I believe that the best way to create a safer environment for society is to take the matter into our hands. Cannabis consumers shouldn't be treated as criminal offenders.
I joined the team believing individuals should be able to choose a treatment they find works best for them and that through legalization, the general population, users and the government would benefit immensely
I am a student who believes in fighting for what's right; in this case, we are talking about the legalisation of cannabis and how it can greatly benefit our country in many ways
Moviment Graffitti, from its inception in 1994, has been in favour of cannabis legislation. It believes that the current status quo is of benefit only to those making huge profits on the black market and those who want to bolster the repressive apparatus of the state. A legal and regulated cannabis will mean more justice for cannabis users as well as a freer society.
Patients who are still suffering with a chronic condition despite conventional medication should be allowed access to this safe and effective medicine which can potentially improve their quality of life.