In the run-up to the September elections in Germany, speculation is beginning to swirl around the legalization of marijuana. This is not a minor issue, as recreational marijuana is widely consumed in the country and its use is largely normalized.
Cannabis use in Germany is at an all-time high, according to the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA).
Almost one-third of adults have tried cannabis at least once in their lives and more than 4 million people use it regularly in the country.
Next, we compiled the opinion of the main parties in Parliament on marijuana in the verge of elections.
Green Party (Die Grünen)
The Green Party came out in favor of cannabis. Their proposal? "To put an end to the informal cannabis market and to …