France’s Constitutional Council is due to rule on the constitutionality of the country’s new anti-terrorism law. The new law was spurred by a series of high-profile terrorist attacks, but there are concerns that it increases security at the expense of civil liberties.
In France, Anti-Terrorism Law Prompts Debate Over Security And Civil Liberty
By editor • Dec 28, 2017
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