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Trump no longer wants to UN weapons Pact

US President, Trump announced the withdrawal of the USA from a UN Treaty to regulate the arms trade. The Pact was not ratified and was massively opposed by the gun lobby, the NRA.

At a meeting of the U.S. gun lobby, the NRA President, Donald Trump has the influential organization is ensnared with a special announcement. Trump announced that the United States would draw their signature on the international arms trade Treaty ATT. He would ask the Senate to ratify, cancel.

Trumps predecessor, Barack Obama had signed the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) in 2013, which was adopted with a clear majority of the UN General Assembly. It is not intended to restrict the global arms trade, with a volume of 70 billion dollars and regulate. However, the paper in the United States has not been ratified yet, as in many other States as well. Overall, him and agreed to by 154 States, 100 States, according to the foreign office to be fully part of the contract.

The NRA had massively protested against the Treaty and argued that it could lead to more stringent laws in the United States. The Obama Administration had objected to at the time of the argument and explains most of the obligations of the Treaty are already binding in the United States.

An Assembly to his liking: Donald Trump salute the participants of the NRA meeting.

"Americans live according to American laws"

The signature was seen as a breakthrough for the Treaty, because the US is the world's largest weapons exporter. "Americans live according to American laws, not to laws of other countries," said Trump. He promised the weapons lobbyists, the Conservatives on the US Constitution led right to the possession of weapons not to touch.

The NRA has carried according to the channel CNN in the last election in 2016, more than 30 million dollars in donations for the election campaign camp Trumps. The US President said that violent crime in the United States had decreased. Murders in big cities had fallen to six percent, he said, without mentioning a comparison period. 30 States have now allowed teachers to carry in class rooms, guns, and a claim of Trump after the School attack in Parkland (Florida) with 17 dead.

Columbine: "Has it really been 20 years?" 21.04.2019 NRA to Congress: Trump ensnared by the gun lobby, 05.05.2018 Atlas |USA |Washington D. C.

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