Prime minister Jacinda Ardern with Imam Gamal Fouda of Masjid Al Noor at the Al-Noor Mosque royal visit following the March 15 mosque attacks. (File photo)
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is meeting with the victims of the Christchurch mosque attacks ahead of the release of the Royal Commission report.
Ardern will attend a hui with those directly impacted by the shootings at the Ngā Hau E Whā National Marae in Wainoni Christchurch on Sunday morning.
She will then address media, however she will not speak about the contents of the inquiry.
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The report from the inquiry was given to the victims of the attack on Saturday.
The inquiry comes after a gunman killed 51 people at two mosques in Christchurch on March 15 last year.
He was sentenced in August to life without the possibility of parole on 51 charges of murder, 40 charges of attempted murder and a charge of committing a terrorist act.
After the attack commissioners Sir William Young and Jacqui Caine were tasked with investigating the gunman’s activities in the lead up to the attack, what security agencies knew about him and what they did with this information. Their report will assess whether agencies could have prevented the shootings and what can be done to stop similar attacks in the future.
On November 26 their findings were handed to Governor-General Patsy Reddy and Minister of Internal Affairs Jan Tinetti.