The government will release some initial responses to the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Christchurch mosque attacks when the report is tabled tomorrow, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says.
She says a “coordinating minister” will be appointed to take responsibility for implementing recommendations of the Royal Commission investigation into the Christchurch mosque terror attacks.
Ardern says the report by the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the mosque attacks will be tabled at Parliament tomorrow.
It will be a difficult few weeks for some people, she says.
“As part of the tabling process, the government will release some very initial responses to the findings and recommendations … some of the recommendations will take a longer time for us to develop a response to.”
She says it will take “some time” for the government to implement some of the findings, while others could be implemented quite quickly.
She met with the Muslim community yesterday and acknowledged they wanted to see accountability in terms of implementing the findings.
She says the government will provide them with information on how the findings will be coordinated.
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