The prohibition of drugs through sumptuary legislation or religious law is a common means of attempting to prevent the recreational use of the prohibited drugs. While some drugs are illegal to possess, many governments regulate the manufacture, distribution, marketing, sale and use of certain drugs, for instance through a prescription system. Only certain drugs are banned with a "blanket prohibition" against all possession or use. The most widely banned substances include psychoactive drugs, although blanket prohibition also extends to some steroids and other drugs. Many governments do not criminalize the possession of a limited quantity of certain drugs for personal use, while still prohibiting their sale or manufacture, or possession in large quantities. Some laws set a specific volume o

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  • The prohibition of drugs through sumptuary legislation or religious law is a common means of attempting to prevent the recreational use of the prohibited drugs. While some drugs are illegal to possess, many governments regulate the manufacture, distribution, marketing, sale and use of certain drugs, for instance through a prescription system. Only certain drugs are banned with a "blanket prohibition" against all possession or use. The most widely banned substances include psychoactive drugs, although blanket prohibition also extends to some steroids and other drugs. Many governments do not criminalize the possession of a limited quantity of certain drugs for personal use, while still prohibiting their sale or manufacture, or possession in large quantities. Some laws set a specific volume of a particular drug, above which is considered ipso jure to be evidence of trafficking or sale of the drug. Drug prohibition is responsible for enriching "organised criminal networks", according to some critics while the hypothesis that the prohibition of drugs generates violence is consistent with research done over long time-series and cross-country facts. Some Islamic countries prohibit the use of alcohol (see list of countries with alcohol prohibition). Many governments levy a sin tax on alcohol and tobacco products, and restrict alcohol and tobacco from sales or gifts to minors. Other common restrictions include bans on outdoor drinking and indoor smoking. In the early 20th Century, many countries had alcohol prohibition. These include The United States (1920–1933), Finland (1919–1932), Norway (1916–1927), Canada (1901–1948), Iceland (1915–1922) and the Russian Empire/USSR (1914–1925). (en)
  • La prohibition des drogues est un principe d'interdiction - ou de réglementation stricte - sur la production, le commerce et l'usage de psychotropes qui peut être édictée par la loi, la morale ou la religion. La libéralisation des drogues est la politique opposée à la prohibition. Au niveau international, cette politique a été mise en place par diverses conventions de l'ONU (conventions internationales de 1961, 1971 et 1988). Plusieurs organes internationaux existent pour faire respecter l'application de ces textes, comme l'Office des Nations unies contre la drogue et le crime ou l'Organe international de contrôle des stupéfiants, et ils sont relayés sur le plan national par des structures locales. (fr)
  • La prohibición de drogas está basada en un principio de interdicción – o reglamentación estricta – sobre la producción, el comercio, y/o el uso de sustancias psicotrópicas, lo que puede ser ordenado y reglamentado por la ley, la moral, y/o la religión. La legalización de drogas es la política o la orientación opuesta a la prohibición. A nivel internacional, esta política ha sido recomendada y contemplada en varias convenciones de la ONU (convenciones de los años 1961, 1971, y 1988). Varios órganos internacionales han sido creados para dar seguimiento y hacer respetar la aplicación de estos textos, como ser la 'Oficina de Naciones Unidas contra la Droga y el Delito' y la 'Junta Internacional de Fiscalización de Estupefacientes', instancias que tienen sus contrapartidas o enlaces en los distintos niveles nacionales a través de estructuras e instituciones locales. (es)
  • 管制藥物,在中文世界常被稱為毒品。是指某些会使人严重成癮的处方藥物或是无成瘾性但会产生幻觉的药物(如大麻)。 (zh)
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  • 管制藥物,在中文世界常被稱為毒品。是指某些会使人严重成癮的处方藥物或是无成瘾性但会产生幻觉的药物(如大麻)。 (zh)
  • The prohibition of drugs through sumptuary legislation or religious law is a common means of attempting to prevent the recreational use of the prohibited drugs. While some drugs are illegal to possess, many governments regulate the manufacture, distribution, marketing, sale and use of certain drugs, for instance through a prescription system. Only certain drugs are banned with a "blanket prohibition" against all possession or use. The most widely banned substances include psychoactive drugs, although blanket prohibition also extends to some steroids and other drugs. Many governments do not criminalize the possession of a limited quantity of certain drugs for personal use, while still prohibiting their sale or manufacture, or possession in large quantities. Some laws set a specific volume o (en)
  • La prohibición de drogas está basada en un principio de interdicción – o reglamentación estricta – sobre la producción, el comercio, y/o el uso de sustancias psicotrópicas, lo que puede ser ordenado y reglamentado por la ley, la moral, y/o la religión. La legalización de drogas es la política o la orientación opuesta a la prohibición. (es)
  • La prohibition des drogues est un principe d'interdiction - ou de réglementation stricte - sur la production, le commerce et l'usage de psychotropes qui peut être édictée par la loi, la morale ou la religion. La libéralisation des drogues est la politique opposée à la prohibition. (fr)
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  • Prohibition of drugs (en)
  • Prohibición de drogas (es)
  • Prohibition des drogues (fr)
  • 管制藥物 (zh)
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