What if Malaysia … decriminalised all drugs for personal use

Psychoactive Drugs - Photograph: Wikipedia

BFM speaks to human rights lawyers Samantha Chong, a drug policy reform advocate, to examine the success rate of the ‘war on drugs’ and what would happen if Malaysia decriminalised all drugs for personal use, by looking at how other countries have fared once they trod this so-called radical path.

Produced and presented by Dashran Yohan

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