Une manifestation contre le projet de loi sécurité globale mardi 17 novembre 2020 à Toulouse

Lille: The Human Rights League Calls for a Demonstration on Saturday Against the Comprehensive Security Bill

HUMAN RIGHTS PROTEST: A rally is scheduled for Saturday 21st November at 11am on the Place de la République in Lille “A liberticidal bill”. This is how the League of Human Rights (LDH) refers to the comprehensive security bill currently under discussion in the National Assembly. To protest against this proposed law, a demonstration is organized by the association this […]

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Demonstrators gathered in Rennes on Tuesday, November 17, to protest against the proposed law on comprehensive security.

Law on “Global Security”: Why the Debates on the Regulation of Drones Promise to be Tense in the Assembly

SURVEILLANCE: The deputies examine from this Tuesday evening the proposed law on “global security”, carried by two deputies of the majority A sling, led by unions of journalists and associations for the defense of freedoms, protested against one of the flagship measures of the proposed law on “global security”, which aims to punish the dissemination of […]

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Bas-Rhin: Legal victory against wearing a mask, "An immediate attack on the freedom to come and go" Pixabay

Bas-Rhin: Legal Victory Against Wearing a Mask, “An Immediate Attack on the Freedom to Come and Go”

The prefectural decree imposing the general wearing of a mask outside has been challenged by the courts in the Bas-Rhin The prefectural decree imposing the general wearing of a mask outside has been challenged by the courts. The hospital psychologist Vincent Feireisen and the doctor Christian Chartier, two citizens of Strasbourg, had seized the administrative court […]

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New antit terrorism law, but what will replace state of emergency in France

Anti Terrorism Law: What are the Measures that will Replace the State of Emergency?

TERRORISM: The Senate followed the recommendations of its Committee on Legislation, which met last week … The Senate adopted that night. The anti-terrorism bill has been approved by the Upper House, with amendments proposed by the Committee on Laws, replacing on the 1st November, the next state of emergency, already renewed six times since the attacks of November 2015. […]

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