New Zealand announces plans to reform its weapons after a mosque fire. Previously, the country’s Attorney General had used watchful language to indicate that the country would seek a joint ban on “semiautomatic” weapons, but in an interview with Radio NZ he soon clarified his comments and removed the idea of a ban on all semiautomatic weapons. Just a day after the deadly attacks, in which 49 people died in two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, the Prime Minister of the country said that the Government would work immediately to change the legislation on weapons. He added that the suspect, Brenton Tarrant, received a firearms license in November 2017 and weapons that he legally purchased during his attacks in December 2017. “While we work in the chain of events that led to the possession of this license and the possession of these weapons, I can tell you one thing: “These decisions have not yet been taken, but the Prime Minister has indicated that we will study the issue. I remember that it was purchased in November 2017. Cardi B & Bruno Mars “Please Me” Goes No. The author was in possession of an arms license. “We must prohibit some, perhaps all semiautomatic machines,” he said. “T were two semiautomatic weapons and two rifles. New Zealand announces plans for weapons reform. Our arms laws will change. “Ardern said.
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