As many European countries struggle to combat the rise in drug trafficking and consumption, some look to Portugal for inspiration in adapting their response. In July 2001, Portugal decriminalized the personal use and possession of all illegal drugs. 20 years later, the country has become an example to the rest of the world, showing that cutting-edge reforms can deliver results. Drug users are no longer treated as criminals, but as patients.
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