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MOSCOW (SPT) - The Cabinet on Thursday agreed to roll back legislation passed last year that significantly softened penalties for minor drug offenses, Interfax reported.
The change approved Thursday would remove the concept of an "average single dose" from the Criminal Code, because it is too difficult to define the amount of such a dose for different drugs, Justice Minister Yury Chaika said.
A law that came into effect last May greatly increased the amount of drugs a person can possess without facing jail time. The change - sought by the Federal Drug Control Service - would require the State Duma to set new amounts.
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