EU Parliament’s anti-terrorism draft Report raises major concerns
While the recommendations of the final Report will not be binding, it sets a bad precedent for EU citizens prior to the elections, and its impact could be greater than that of most other political statements.
European Parliament – fighting terrorism with closed-door secrecy
The European Parliament’s Special Committee on Terrorism (TERR) was established on 6 July 2017, for a renewable twelve-month mandate. The Committee was created with the ambitious aim of addressing ostensible practical and legislative deficiencies in the fight against terrorism across the European Union (EU) and with international actors.