This week, in the wake of the fight against money laundering and enrichment through illicit trafficking, the Independent Commission Against Corruption (Icac) is expected to maintain operations targeting several people across the island.
A businessman from a suburb of the capital is on his Hit List. He is believed to have acted as a nominee for several traffickers who allegedly bought real estate and sports cars. The series of descents should start this Monday.
Businessmen would act as suppliers of cars and housing to drug traffickers and their henchmen. According to the Icac investigation, in several cases drug traffickers would be traveling in vehicles bought by the businessmen. "The traffickers acted with the complicity of the businessmen, who could explain more easily where their money came from. "
One of the targeted businessmen would have bought cars on credit. He has recovered the cash from the traffickers and counts movable and immovable property acquired on his behalf. One of the cars is estimated at Rs 1.5 million.
After verifications, the businessman would not enjoy these goods. It would have only facilitated the money laundering process. Icac suspects that traffickers have spent more money in this process than acquired assets. For a car that costs Rs 1 million, traffickers would have spent more than Rs 2 million. After having recovered the money, the businessman would have acquired several vehicles, through leases. The vehicles were however used by the alleged right arms of the drug dealers. At this stage, the Operation Rass ledan saw the seizure of sixteen cars and two off-roaders. Attachment Orders have been issued on several houses and other real estate as well as purebred dogs.
Four abandoned breed dogs
Since last week's operation, Icac has received information that individuals have abandoned their pedigree dogs to avoid being pinned. In two of the localities targeted by the powerful operations of Icac, with the help of the police intervention group of Mauritius and the Special Supporting Unit, some mastiffs were abandoned in the streets.
Here is what you need to know before seeing your regional medical dispensary:You will require a doctor’s recommendation, medical cannabis certification, and/or whatever appropriate documentation is required by your condition. Ordinarily, you need to be 18 or older to qualify for a medical consent, but exceptions could be made in some conditions for minors with especially debilitating problems. You will often enroll with a medicinal dispensary. This is to keep your medical cannabis recommendation or certificate on file for legal and regulatory purposes. There’ll be a waiting room. This is to control the flow of product and patients, but a simple dividing wall also gives patients solitude and direct one-on-one contact using a budtender to discuss medical issues. Many times, but not necessarily, your purchases will be tracked by medical dispensaries. This process can help budtenders and patients track effective medicine in addition to possess a living listing of producers and goods for future reference and follow up. Medicinal dispensaries usually allow you to smell and examine the buds prior to purchase. This might differ from state-to-state.
Yes, municipal approval is necessary before the AGLC will issue a retail cannabis license. Applicants should get in contact with their intended municipality to find out requirements regarding municipal retail cannabis laws, zoning requirements, land-use restrictions, and place requirements regarding how close a retail store can be into a provincial health care facility, school, or parcel of property designated as a college reserve.
Keep non-medical cannabis legal Adults who are 19 years or older are in a position to:Possess up to 30 g of authorized dried cannabis or the equivalent in their person. Share up to 30 g of legal cannabis with other adults in Canada. Buy cannabis goods from a Yukon Liquor Corporation licensed retailer. Grow up to four crops per household. It is illegal to present non invasive cannabis to anyone below the age of 19 and also for anyone under the age of 19 to have any amount of non-medical cannabis in Yukon.It is dangerous and illegal to drive while under the influence of cannabis or other intoxicants.