New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said her cabinet has agreed "in principle" on proposals to change the country's gun laws in response to the terror attack in Christchurch Friday, but she stopped short of revealing what those changes might be.
Ardern said more details will be released once her cabinet "has worked through through the in-principle decision" made today.
Appearing beside New Zealand First leader Winston Peters, Ardern told reporters at a news conference Monday that the cabinet was "absolutely united" in its decision.
"This was a cabinet decision," said Peters. New Zealand First is part of the ruling coalition along with Ardern's Labour Party.
"The reality is after the 15 March, our world changed forever, and so will our laws," Peters said.