The Minister of Justice and Human Rights and the executive director of the National Agency for Controlled Materials (ANMaC).
Martn Soria and Natasa Loizou
The Minister of Justice and Human Rights, Martn Soria, and the executive director of the National Agency for Controlled Materials (ANMaC), Natasa Loizou, launched the process of destroying almost 1,500 weapons that had been protected since 2017 in the national bank. of the organism with its uselessness through a hydraulic pressing.
The decommissioning process is a novelty: it was incorporated into the destruction process to reduce the risks of safeguarding the controlled material and transferring it until its final destruction. It is carried out with a 200 TN hydraulic press, which was in disuse due to lack of maintenance for more than three years.
The disabled weapons were protected since 2017 in the National Bank of Controlled Materials (BANMAC) under Laws No. 20,429, 25,938 and 26,216, it was officially reported.
Soria and Loizou led the process within the framework of the sixth anniversary of the ANMaC and agreed to weigh the three main axes that characterize the management from the appointment of the new Executive Directorate: facilitate the regularization of the registry status of all types of users / as and provide greater accessibility for the management of procedures at the federal level; recovering the agency’s comprehensive inspection capacity for the controlled materials market; and, promote actions to destroy controlled materials, and promote disarmament and prevention against violence.
“The creation of the Agency represents the institutional hierarchy of what RENAR was. That meant broadening the scope of its purpose and, in that sense, on this anniversary, we want to set the course to advance in that direction,” they affirmed. And they highlighted the role of the agency’s workers: “During these six years, through which steps have been taken that have decreased the operational management of the agency and have dismantled programs, reducing the importance of the agency, it has been the workers who have kept the ANMaC standing. “
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