Parliament light anti-terrorism policy by
The European Parliament calls for a commission in the life of anti-terrorism policy of the European Union and the countries of the EU, will investigate. That the leaders of political group of the parliament Wednesday decided.
The full parliament will on Thursday the green light.
Under more antiterreurwetten, European databases on terrorist suspects and the exchange of information between the member states are the subject of the research. Also the role of European agencies, such as border control and police cooperation, are under the microscope laid.
The thirty-strong commission Terrorism a year’s time. The members will be after the summer term.
Mep Judith Sargentini (GroenLinks), negotiated with us about the mandate of the commission. “Paris, Brussels, Berlin, London, Manchester, Stockholm. Everyone knows the lists of European cities, where in recent years large or small terrorist attacks are committed. Often we hear that the terrorists are already on the radar were in the intelligence services, but that their information not to share with European colleagues. I want to examine what we need to do to improve such cooperation.’
Sargentini believes that it is important that is viewed or antiterrorismemaatregelen not in conflict with fundamental rights.