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Cannabis in Gabon is illegal.


In 1910, European traders in Gabon carried[clarification needed] locally produced cannabis.[1]


  1. ^ Stewart Williams; Barney Warf (2 October 2017). Drugs, Law, People, Place and the State: Ongoing regulation, resistance and change. Taylor & Francis. pp. 35–. ISBN 978-1-351-79109-0.