Guns can defend freedom? Brazils new president says he wants to release gun control.

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 Guns can defend freedom? Brazils new president says he wants to release gun control.


Bosonero reportedly said in his first TV interview after the election that Brazils gun control law should be more flexible. He said it was time to get rid of the political fallacy that people could make Brazil safer without weapons.

Bozo Nalo said that allowing more people to own weapons and protect themselves with guns can reduce violence. He also claimed that data showed that violence in police enforcement areas was also reduced. He therefore concluded that guns can protect not only human life, but also human freedom.

The guardian said that about 64 thousand Brazilians were killed last year because of violent clashes. Whether or not to ban guns has always been a controversial topic in the country. In 2003, the Brazil government announced the disarmament regulations, which imposed extremely strict legal restrictions on private guns. The regulation was repealed last year, and the government plans to introduce new control laws as an alternative. Meanwhile, a large number of guns have been circulating in Brazil. Bozo Nalos remarks immediately aroused controversy. Maria Silva, a former government environment minister and former presidential candidate, called Bosoneros ideas shocking. Most Brazilians want to ban guns and expect a more sensible solution to the problem of violence, she said. She also said that 71% of the victims died in the violence. The argument that gun control can eliminate violence is totally illogical. Opposition political forces say they will protest and refuse to remain silent if the government forces to lift the ban on guns. Source: Global Times - World Wide Web. More brilliant, please log on to the world wide web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Ji Guo Jie _NBJ11143

The guardian said that about 64 thousand Brazilians were killed last year because of violent clashes. Whether or not to ban guns has always been a controversial topic in the country. In 2003, the Brazil government announced the disarmament regulations, which imposed extremely strict legal restrictions on private guns. The regulation was repealed last year, and the government plans to introduce new control laws as an alternative. Meanwhile, a large number of guns have been circulating in Brazil.

Bozo Nalos remarks immediately aroused controversy. Maria Silva, a former government environment minister and former presidential candidate, called Bosoneros ideas shocking. Most Brazilians want to ban guns and expect a more sensible solution to the problem of violence, she said. She also said that 71% of the victims died in the violence. The argument that gun control can eliminate violence is totally illogical. Opposition political forces say they will protest and refuse to remain silent if the government forces to lift the ban on guns.