Posted November 17, 2018 09:56:59The latest news out of Portugal about the new drug law comes as Portugal prepares for a referendum on the issue.
The country has a population of about 1.5 million and the latest news comes from a local newspaper, The Local, that has been publishing a series of articles about the changes to the drug laws in the country.
The article states that drug users will have to use a certain amount of the drugs they use in order to obtain the right to buy them.
Drugs will also have to be purchased at pharmacies and will have specific prices, but the article does not give the details of the prices.
The Local reports that Portugal has a drug use problem similar to the Netherlands, and the change to the drugs laws is expected to lead to a reduction in the number of drug users.
According to the article, the drug users’ rights will be strengthened and the police will have more powers to enforce the law.
The Local also reports that the new law will affect a number of different areas, including the police, prosecutors and courts.
The local paper says that the changes will also mean that Portuguese people will no longer be able to buy prescription drugs at pharmacies, which will mean the use of drugs will be more difficult for some.
However, the article says that some Portuguese people are hopeful that the law will allow for a change in the way people consume drugs in Portugal.
Portugal currently has strict laws on how much drugs are sold in Portugal and how much they cost, which has led to a sharp increase in the prices of drugs.