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NCJ Number: 169084 Find in a Library
Title: Ordinance on the Control of Narcotic Drugs (From Current Swedish Legislation on Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances, P 21-25, 1997)
Corporate Author: Sweden Ministry of Justice
Sweden
Date Published: 1997
Page Count: 5
Sponsoring Agency: National Council for Crime Prevention
S-113 21 Stockholm, Sweden
Sweden Ministry of Justice
SE-10333 Stockholm, Sweden
Publication Number: ISBN 91-38-31222-0
Sale Source: National Council for Crime Prevention
P.O. Box 1386
S-113 21 Stockholm,
Sweden
Type: Legislation/Policy Description
Language: English
Country: Sweden
Annotation: The Swedish Code of Statutes includes the Ordinance on the Control of Narcotic Drugs; passed in 1993, the ordinance contains provisions on drug definition and control and on government agencies responsible for drug regulation.
Abstract: The ordinance is intended to be enforced in conjunction with the Narcotic Drugs (Punishments) Act of 1968 and the Act on the Control of Narcotic Drugs of 1992. Sweden's Medical Products Agency (MPA) is charged with establishing and promulgating a list of drugs to be regulated and with authorizing the import and export of drugs. Sweden's Board of Customs is also empowered to regulate drug import and export, in consultation with the MPA. The MPA can issue instructions regarding drug manufacture, trade, prescription, import, and export. In addition, the MPA sets fees to be paid by persons applying for or granted drug authorizations. A list of substances considered to be narcotic drugs is provided in an annex. 1 table
Main Term(s): Drug law enforcement
Index Term(s): Controlled Substances; Drug manufacturing; Drug regulation; Drug smuggling; Foreign crime prevention; Foreign criminal codes; Foreign laws; Sweden
Note: DCC. BRA-report 1997:2
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