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French government presents new anti-terrorist law

French government presents new anti-terrorist law

Paris, Apr 28 (Prensa Latina) French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin on Wednesday presented a new bill against terrorism to the Council of Ministers, a few days after an Islamic extremist stabbed a police officer to death.
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Although the Government affirms that there is no a relation between the introduction of the initiative and the terrorist action on Friday, April 23, in Yvelines, northern France, local media insist on linking them, reporting that the executive took up the text prompted by the crime committed by a radicalized Tunisian man.

The bill seeks to reinforce a law adopted in 2017 to fight the terrorism, and contains greater facilities to authorize visits to homes during terrorism investigations, close worship places linked to suspicious activities and the use algorithms to track personal data.

In statements to France Inter radio, Minister Darmanin defended the need to strengthen the anti-terrorist law, claiming that those responsible for the last nine attacks on French soil had no files in the intelligence services.

Since January 2015, more than 250 French citizens have been killed due to terrorist acts, thousands have been injured and suffer a traumatic stress disorder.

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