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They should never have changed the rules and allowed people to license their guns online, rather than attending a Police station. But guess who was the chair of the committee which decided to make THAT change! >> Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was the chair of an executive committee which in 2018 ushered through amendments to the Arms Regulations 2002, to allow Police to accept and process various applications concerning firearms licences and weapons transactions electronically. The Arms (Electronic Transactions) Amendment Regulations 2018 were published in the Gazette on 20 December 2018. Previously under the Arms Act, if someone wanted to become a gun dealer, get a firearms licence, import a restricted weapon, or get a permit to buy a military-style semi-automatic, they had to physically deliver an application to their nearest police station. The regulations also allow for a buyer of a restricted weapon to show that weapon to police by video call – whereas in the past they had to take it into the station.
The above image from the United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs.
Dated August 2013 following Disarmament Commission – Civilian Weapons Confiscation Study Group. New York: 29-31 July 2013.
As a UN member nation Comrade Ardern is intentionally following the recommendations from within the discussion framework of the Disarmament Commission….it obviously passed a full review by the Office of the Secretary General!
Do you still think the official story regarding the Mosque events is 100% above board?