According to Senator Flávio Dino, Lula da Silva’s leadership intends to reverse a series of executive orders from outgoing President Jair Bolsonaro that weakened gun restrictions and caused an increase in accentuated in the number of gun owners in Brazil. The Brazilian government, led by Lula da Silva, will revoke decrees of the former government, led by Jair Bolsonaro, which facilitated access to firearms and is considering banning or taxing pistols when it takes over the post of President of the Republic in January, advanced a Lula adviser this Wednesday. said, quoted by Reuters, that the next leadership intends to reverse a series of Bolsonaro executive orders that weakened gun restrictions and caused an increase in accentuated in the number of gun owners in the country.”The repeal will happen… Now, regarding guns. Today there are two ideas, one that goes in the fastest direction, which is to say that it is illegal and that’s it”, highlighted Dino. The other alternative is to shorten the period for registering firearms to one year, “with the aim of create tougher and more rigorous taxation,” he added. Under Bolsonaro, Brazilians could register as collectors, sport shooters and hunters, known as CACs, which allows them to own a variety of weapons models, including heavy weapons previously legal only for the police and military forces. Since 2018, the number of registered CACs in Brazil has increased by 187 percent, to around one million people, according to Sou da Paz. (RM-NM) Source: Radio Mozambique Online

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