RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Neither fearsome "zombie gangs" nor exponential addiction are glimpsed in a Uruguay that, five years after opening the sale of marijuana in pharmacies, sees in the rear-view mirror a pioneering process that overcame "stumbles" and kept gaining support.
An image marked July 19, 2017: with long lines waiting outside, Uruguayan pharmacies began to offer packages of legal marijuana that closed the circle of the process approved by law in 2013.
ZOMBIES THAT NEVER CAME . . .