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French National Assembly analyzes new anti-terror law

French National Assembly analyzes new anti-terror law

Paris, Jun 1 (Prensa Latina) The French National Assembly on Tuesday began the study of a new anti-terror law, an initiative focused on strengthening the monitoring and control of people convicted of terrorism and radicalization who are released from prison.
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The text returns the debate between security positions and the attachment to individual freedoms, in a context marked by recent attacks, many of them against the police, such as the knife murder of a police officer in Rambouillet, near Paris, in late April, the last one described as a terrorist act.

In the bill, the government proposes that after leaving prison, individuals sentenced for terrorism spend one to two years through individual measures of administrative control and surveillance, as well as through a judicial process of reintegration into society.

About a year ago, the Constitutional Council censured an initiative by the governing party to increase the monitoring of those convicted of terrorism once they were released, so this is a second opportunity to strengthen laws adopted in 2015 and 2017.

From the extreme right, they seek to further toughen the text, around which more than 400 amendments have already been submitted.

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