[Draft] Ban On The Involuntary Administration Of Drugs

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Ban On The Involuntary Administration Of Drugs
Category: Regulation | Area of Effect: Safety | Proposed by Morover

The World Assembly,

Distressed by the notable lack of legislation on the topic of forced drug use,

Believing that forcing a person to consume drugs is unethical and immoral,

Disgusted at those that intentionally drug another individual for personal gain,

Aware that, in certain circumstances, the required intake of drugs is useful,

Believing that there should be regulations on forced drug use,

Enacts the Following:


Article One

  1. Defines a hallucinogen as a drug which is intended to have a hallucinogenic effect on an individual,

  2. Prohibits member-states, corporations operating in any member-states, or any individual residing or visiting in a member-state from forcing any individual to consume, intake, or otherwise use hallucinogens against their will,

  3. Further prohibits all member-states, corporations operating in any member-states, or any individual residing or visiting in a member-state from intentionally releasing hallucinogens in aerosol form, in order to cause residents to have a hallucinogenic reaction, unless all those who will be exposed have given express consent.


Article Two

  1. Defines a sedative as any drug in which the main effect gives a tranquilizing, sleep-inducing, or any other effect which may invoke drowsiness,

  2. Prohibits all member-states, corporations operating in any member-states, or any individual residing or visiting in a member-state from allowing the intentional sedation of any individual, except with the express consent of the individual who is being sedated, or, where incapacitated, their legal next-of-kin,

  3. Clarifies that should an individual who is not on-duty police or military personnel and is acting in accordance with all relevant national and international legislation pose a physical threat to themselves or any other individual, non-lethal doses of sedative drugs are permitted to be used on said individual,

  4. Further clarifies that, during medical operation which is being performed with the consent of the patient or the patient's next-of-kin, a surgeon may apply an unapproved sedative, so long as it is deemed either medically necessary for the health and wellbeing of the patient, or for the operation to proceed in a safe manner,

  5. Requires that member-states attempt, to the best of their ability, to suppress any external natural substances that pose a reasonable threat to their residents of being involuntarily sedated,

  6. Requires the World Health Authority to ensure that all sedatives are kept to a standard of safety which will minimize all injuries that occur as a direct result of the sedative, assuming the sedative is being used by any reasonable person.

Co-Authored by United Massachusetts
 
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