- To remove customers and potential consumers from the black market, as well as weaken the black market’s transactions.
- To lower the chances of psychological and physical harm due to unlimited marijuana usage.
- To significantly decrease criminal activity statistics in terms of supply levels.
Although Luxembourg considers the legalization of marijuana as a milestone, businesses fear that transactions are limited. The European Union sees the provision as an opportunity only to allow adult residents to take part in the sales. This restriction is due to the government’s preference not to allow Luxembourg (who only has a total of 600,000 residents) to become a “cannabis tourism destination.” Among the entirety of Europe, Luxembourg is the first country to allow the use and regulation of cannabis. This milestone is an important and significant happening, despite only authorizing medical marijuana. A two hundred fifty-page policy document containing the government’s plans on the legalization of marijuana comprises the following objectives: