According to the national Police did it cost last year 252 life in Denmark.
"And I know, unfortunately, that the figure for 2019 is higher than zero. My best friend died two months ago of a drug overdose. He had not any evil in themselves, but had hurt in life. Therefore, he took drugs."
How to initiated the 27-year-old Thomas Herman Nørgaard his visit on Thursday, in B. T. Live.
But instead of being a follower of an even tighter stofpolitik after the tragedy, he is instead been fiercely advocating that drugs in all forms should be legal in Denmark.
"the Problem with the market, we have now, is that you, as a user or abuser should not have an earthly chance to know what is mixed in the drugs, as the strength can vary from day to day," said Thomas Herman Norgaard, who is social and sundhedsordfører in the Liberal Alliance Onwin Youth.
"I think not, some think that there are any parents who deserve to find their child with foaming at the mouth, as my friend's father found him."
Thomas Herman Nørgaard said in the context of Portugal, which in 2001 legalized substances.
"All experience indicates that a form of legalization is the way forward. In Portugal you have seen a drastic decrease in the number of overdoses and the people who are infected with hiv."
How a legalization concrete to take the form, will Thomas Hermann Nørgaard let be up for debate.
"It does not mean that there must be heroinkanyler side by side with pølsehornene in 7-Eleven," he said, and added:
"You could well have gradsforskelle, so you have to have a prescription to obtain it, while you could buy canabis outside."
See the entire interview with Thomas Herman Norgaard at the top of the article.Date Of Update: 22 November 2019, 22:00