GSP Monitoring Database on Pakistan: United Nations Convention on Psychotropic Substances (1971)

Covered area: limit production and supply of psychoactive drugs exclusively to medical / scientific purposes and combat drug trafficking

Last Monitoring Mission

last mission to Pakisten took place in October 2018

Monitoring Priorities for current monitoring period

actions in the area of freedom of expression, prevention of torture; reducing the scope for the death penalty and simplifying the procedure for granting mercy petitions; domestic violence; forced, bonded, and child labour; labour inspection; freedom of association; anti-money-laundering; interfaith dialogue policy; and the establishment of a Truth and Reconciliation Committee for victims of enforced disappearances

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Latest reports
Covered area

limit production and supply of psychoactive drugs exclusively to medical / scientific purposes and combat drug trafficking

Reporting obligations

Mission to Pakistan took place 11-14 September 2012.

GSP Status

GSP+

Granted

janv.-14

Convention

United Nations Convention on Psychotropic Substances (1971)

Issue area

Good Governance

Monitoring body

International Narcotics Control Board (INCB)

Reporting cycle

Reviewing fulfilled by INCB, see annual reports

Accession / Ratification

1977

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