Trinidad and Tobago actively considering Mexico’s request regarding small arms

In an effort to hold gun manufacturers accountable for gun-related murders in the region, Mexico has asked the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) to take legal action in the United States. Trinidad and Tobago is giving this request “active consideration.”

Mexico “intends to continue battling,” according to Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley, who was speaking at a recent public assembly of his ruling People’s National Movement (PNM).

On the outskirts of the capital, he informed party supporters that his administration is thinking on the plan.

According to Rowley, America has created rules to shield gun owners from legal action. He also noted that people who manufacture these weapons have been shielded from legal action because they are aware of its intended use and potential consequences.

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