Just sooner or later after the lethal assaults that claimed the lives 49 individuals at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, the nation's prime minister has declared that the federal government might be working towards gun regulation modifications instantly.

"There have been 5 weapons utilized by the first perpetrator," stated New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardernsaid at a information convention in Wellington. "There have been two semi-automatic weapons and two shotguns. The fender was in possession a gun license. I am suggested this was acquired in November 2017. A lever-action firearm was additionally discovered."

She went on so as to add that the suspect, Brenton Tarrant, obtained a gun license in November 2017 and bought the weapons utilized in his assaults legally in December 2017.

"While work is being finished as to the chain occasions that result in each the holding this gun license and the possession these weapons, I can inform you one factor proper now. Our gun legal guidelines will change." Ardern stated.
Previously at a vigil, the nation's legal professional common used language that advised that the nation could be working towards banning "semi-automatic" weapons altogehter, however in an interview with Radio NZ, he quickly clarified his feedback, backtracking the thought banning all semi-automatics.
"We must ban some semi-automatics, maybe all them," he clarified. "Those choices have but to be taken however the prime minister has signaled that we're going to have a look at that challenge".