Is it possible the decriminalization of drugs in Mexico?

The NDP does not specify which drugs would be decriminalized
El Universal (México)
Friday, May 10, 2019

The presentation of the National Development Plan (NDP) by the president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, has put on the table again the issue of drug decriminalization, while the country struggles to contain the growing violence of organized crime. According to the NDP the Mexican federal government has undertook a “paradigm change” in national and public security, due to the “unsustainable” and “catastrophic results” of the prohibitionist strategy. “The only real possibility of reducing the levels of drug consumption resides in lifting the prohibition of [those] that are currently illegal and in the redirection of the resources dedicated to combatting drug trafficking, in order to apply them in—massive yet personalized—rehabilitation and detoxification programs," the document states.