Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern

New Zealand’s Prime Minister vowed to change New Zealand’s gun laws, following the mass shooting on Friday that left 49 dead and more than 40 wounded.
“Suspect had a Category ‘A’ gun license,” New Zealand police commissioner Mike Bush said at a press conference on Saturday. “We can report more fully at the conclusion.”
“I can tell you right now, our gun laws will change,” she said on Saturday. “Now is the time for change.”
Read our full coverage of the New Zealand shooting here.

New Zealand’s Prime Minister vowed to change New Zealand’s gun laws, following the mass shooting on Friday that left 49 dead and more than 40 wounded.

The shooting, which took place at two mosques in Christchurch, has been called a “terrorist” act by the prime minister. Brenton Tarrant, a 28-year-old Australia-born man was charged with murder, and two other suspects are in custody.

“Suspect had a Category ‘A’ gun license,” New Zealand police commissioner Mike Bush said at a press conference on Saturday. “We can report more fully at the conclusion.”

“There is a process, in terms of how those firearms are purchased which may be altered,” Bush continued. “Category ‘A’ users can purchase firearm without magazines or things …read more


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