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ARMY REDUCES NUMBER OF RESTRICTED PERSONAL WEAPONS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT

The Army revised the ordinance that authorized members of the Military Police and Firefighters to access more restricted-use weapons, reducing the limit from five to two. In January, the Army issued an ordinance that allowed security agents to acquire up to five restricted weapons, including rifles, for personal use across the country. The ordinance was suspended days later. With the new rule, up to four firearms may be purchased, two for restricted use and two for permitted use. At the same time, the opposition tries to overturn Lula’s weapons decree.

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