August 10, 2021 – Rule 10082021-1, a Royal Order introduced on Monday by His Majesty King Peter J Goldishman of Mount Vema – The Vema Seamount Authority, prohibits Mount Vema citizens anywhere in the world from using all types of narcotic drugs, except for medical and scientific purposes.
Mount Vema Citizenship will be revoked with no right to appeal, if a citizen of Mount Vema is found to be consuming any of the following types of drugs unless prescribed by a registered doctor:
This Rule 10082021-1 also applies to anyone living or working in Mount Vema.
If a Mount Vema citizen in Mount Vema or overseas, or anyone living or working in Mount Vema is found to be consuming any of the prohibited drugs under this Rule 10082021-1:
a)- The Mount Vema citizen will have citizenship revoked if dual national and living overseas or, incarcerated for not less than 55 years if living in Mount Vema.
b)- The resident living and working in Mount Vema will be incarcerated for not less than 45 years, and subsequently deported to country of origin. Lack of record of country of origin, incarceration may be extended.
c)- Visitors on tourist visa, will be incarcerated for not less than 35 years, and subsequently deported to country of origin. Lack of record of country of origin, incarceration may be extended.
d)- Sentences may be reduced at the Judge’s discretion if anyone who is found guilty, provides name and a traceable contact detail of the supplier to assist law enforcement agencies with their investigations to find the source.
Citizens in Mount Vema or overseas, and legal residents in Mount vema are subject to random tests in their workplace, at the academies (schools and universities), in hospitals, or during a lawful stop and search operation by law enforcement agencies.
a)- Citizens and residents must be aware that the Kingdom of Mount Vema prohibits the import, possession (which the law may interpret as facilitating smugglers intending to use the state as a transiting point), marketing, sale, distribution, export, and use of all narcotic drugs, except for medical (through the prescription system) and scientific purposes.
b)- Citizens and residents must collectively endeavour to live a lifestyle which do not promote the state as a marketplace for illegal drugs by simply seeking medical attention when needed as opposed to solicit to buy and use illegal drugs.