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Do not get distracted from important issues by fiddling with civil liberties
This policy is typical of nanny-state knee-jerk moralising and interference in civil liberties. Rather than restricting alcohol, the legalisation (and controlled supply) of ALL drugs should be implemented. Also if TOP is aiming for 5% of the vote then it would not appear wise to treat the young voters - who can vote, marry, drive and join the army at age 18 - like children who need to have their decisions made for them by parliament. This is the first TOP policy that I've completely disagreed with.
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