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    Post by Rocky Sun 19 Nov 2023, 7:12 am

    The Ministry of Interior allocates an electronic form to register citizens’ weapons and determines the conditions for their possession
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    {Local: Al-Furat News} As part of its effort to limit weapons to the state, the Ministry of Interior has allocated 697 centers to register and receive weapons from citizens via an electronic form, confirming at the same time the closure of 119 stores that sell weapons, including those that are licensed.
    Brigadier General Mansour Ali Sultan, Secretary and Rapporteur of the National Committee for the Regulation of Arms and its Controlled by the State, said that the Interior “seeks, by activating the work of the aforementioned committee, to regulate the spread of weapons in all governorates of the country and reduce the manifestations of militarization of society in order to preserve societal peace,” indicating that it “will establish a base.” Data on seized and confiscated government weapons, in addition to missing weapons, so it allocated 697 weapons registration offices within police stations spread across all governorates of the country, with the exception of the Kurdistan region.
    Sultan stated that the committee will also work to establish controls for the possession of weapons and not their carrying, especially since national policy specifies that every head of a family has the right to possess one piece of weapon, but he must be Iraqi and not less than 25 years old, not convicted and not possess a criminal record. In addition to the necessity of subjecting him to a drug abuse test, and in the event that the head of the family is not qualified, the eldest son or the head of the family has the right to possess weapons.”
    He explained that the coming days will witness the launch of an electronic form to register weapons, through the {Ur} platform of the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers. Within the electronic automation program, and through an application that allows the citizen to apply through it, the citizen then receives a QR code via a notification that reaches his phone informing him that his application has been completed after it has been audited and entered into the database in the centers specified by the committee within the geographic area of ​​his residence location. Sultan stated that the preparatory procedures
    are The committee also included the closure of 119 stores that sell weapons, both licensed and otherwise, in addition to combating websites that promote the sale of weapons, noting the ministry’s determination to combat manifestations of social armament and its repercussions, including activating the tribal counter-terrorism law within Article 2 of Law 4 of Terrorism, i.e. transforming it from a misdemeanor into a crime. It is a felony and therefore the sentence will reach 15 years or more in prison.

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