A cannabis reform bill rapidly making its way through Malta’s parliament is on track to becoming law before the end of the year, according to local reports.
The bill passed a second reading Monday, with the opposition voting against it, and will be entering the committee stage for a detailed examination and discussion.
Introduced by Minister for Equality, Research and Innovation Owen Bonnici in October, the bill would allow people over 18 to cultivate for personal use and allow non-profit associations to grow on behalf of their members.
Looking forward to a mature discussion at committee stage.
— •Owen Bonnici (@OwenBonnici) November 22, 2021