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Surinam

Draft Firearms Act to Be Discussed in Suriname Assembly

26 August 2014

Times of Suriname

The draft of the Firearms Amendment Act has to be discussed in the National Assembly. Currently the attorney‐general is responsible for the firearms policy, says minister Edward Belfort of Justice and Police. After amending the Firearms Act the minister of Justice and Police will be responsible. The amendment has been prepared by the former government. As soon as minister Belfort is entitled to submit firearms licences, he will compose a... (GunPolicy.org)

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Surinam

OAS to Train Suriname Police in Marking Guns to Combat Trafficking

5 August 2013

Xinhua

KINGSTON - The Organization of American States (OAS) will train Suriname police on Tuesday and Wednesday to combat arms trafficking through marking weapons, according to reports reaching here from Paramaribo on Monday. The two-day workshop will take place at police headquarters in Paramaribo where Suriname policemen will be trained in using firearms marking machine donated by OAS. Firearms marking is a process that permanently marks the weapon with unique and... (GunPolicy.org)

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Estados Unidos,América,Surinam

Suriname Signs OAS Agreement to Tackle Gun Smuggling

12 September 2012

Caribbean News Now

WASHINGTON, United States - The Organization of American States (OAS) and the government of Suriname on Tuesday signed a cooperation agreement for the donation of a firearms marking machine to the Caribbean Community country, in order to improve its capabilities to combat the illicit trade in weapons. This initiative is part of the efforts outlined by OAS Secretary General José Miguel Insulza that define the organization as a strategic actor in the fight against... (GunPolicy.org)

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Surinam,Bolivia,Colombia,Brasil,Paraguay,Argentina

Brazil's New Small Arms Smuggling Frontier? The Sea

18 July 2011

Christian Science Monitor, Blog

Brazil has more gun deaths than any other country in the world, and so the phenomenon of arms trafficking is a major concern. Almost 20 percent of guns seized in the country are foreign produced, while those that cannot legally be sold in the country are legitimately produced in Brazil and then exported, before being smuggled back in, according to a study on arms trafficking by NGO Viva Rio, in collaboration with Brazil's Justice Department. According to a recent... (GunPolicy.org)

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