Biden signs executive order on police accountability

Joe Bide, U.S President

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# 26 May 2022 05:35 (UTC +04:00)

The President of the United States Joe Biden spoke on Wednesday at the White House, where he signed a historic executive order meant to improve police accountability, APA reports citing Tele Trader.

Biden stated that the gun reforms might not prevent every tragedy but they will not have any negative impact on the second amendment either. The US president said that the executive order is a rare mark of progress for years to come, and promised to do everything in his power to make the police reform lasting.

Biden announced that the executive order will promote accountability, banning tactics such as chokeholds and practices like no-knock warrants, and modernizing the police forces and training. "We must work together to create an America where everyone feels safe," Biden concluded.