Judge Rosa Weber Says Bolsonaro has Five Days to Clarify gun Decree

Bolsonaro said on Friday that if the decree was unconstitutional, it should cease to exist. But hours later, he told an enthusiastic crowd in the state of Paraná: "We are not retreating in front of those that since forever have said they are security experts."

By Newsfeed/AP

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilian supreme court judge Rosa Weber, appointed by Dilma Rousseff, said Friday that President Jair Bolsonaro and his Justice Ministry had five days to respond to opposition assertions that a recently passed gun decree was unconstitutional.

The decree presented on May 7th widely loosens the country's strict gun laws by expanding the ability of Brazilians to sell, access, and carry firearms . . .

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