ICBC Report: Policymaker Points To Schengen Agreement As Major Hurdle For European Cannabis Reform

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He also indicated that an amendment to the Schengen  Agreement may be on the way. “Our aim is to make legalisation possible for all member states.” Read their full report at Policymaker Points To Schengen Agreement As Major Hurdle For European Cannabis Reform However, it has since expanded to most EU countries, with the exception of Bulgaria, Cyprus, Ireland, and Romania. The concept of free movement reached a big milestone in 1985 with the initial signing of the Schengen Agreement (named after a small village in Luxembourg). By many measures, the free movement effort has yielded several positives for the European continent. Free movement involves lowering controls at borders for residents of participating jurisdictions.

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In the mid-1980s a big effort was waged in Europe to promote ‘free movement’ to help the continent’s working population by increasing the places where people could feasibly carve out a viable living. Free movement involves lowering controls at borders for residents of participating jurisdictions.

The concept of free movement reached a big milestone in 1985 with the initial signing of the Schengen Agreement (named after a small village in Luxembourg). Belgium, Germany, France, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands were the original signers, agreeing to gradually remove controls at their internal borders and to ‘introduce freedom of movement for all...

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