Find a Question:
Cabinet: law does not allow for claims Snowden about secret services
The government strongly denies the Dutch secret services do exactly what the US intelligence NSA she asks. Let Minister Plasterk and Hennis-Plasschaert Friday in reaction to the House know.
Snowden showed last month that the Dutch secret service AIVD and DISS ‘actually works for the Americans. ” “They perform just what we ask of them,” he summed up. The Dutch secret service would Americans thereby ‘unlimited access’ offer, Snowden continued.
Plasterk and Hennis-Plasschaert indicate that the GISS and DISS cooperate closely with international foreign services. They do this for example in the fight against terrorism and supporting military operations. To what extent the Dutch collaboration services vary according to the Ministers on criteria such as the human rights policies of a country and the professionalism of a secret service.
The accusation that Snowden Netherlands Americans ‘free passage’ offers, sweeping the politicians again Friday of the table after this Plasterk did in a previous response. They refer to a report by regulator CTIVD which, according to the ministers state that there is no question of ‘systematically outlawed to acquire personal data’ by GISS and DISS.
Additionally Plasterk and Hennis-Plasschaert emphasize that the Dutch secret services must abide by the Law on the Intelligence and Security 2002. This law states what their concerns cadres who “do not allow” for what it claims Snowden. Also, there would be no external pressure in order to adapt to the legislation.Viewing:-167
Answer this Question
You must be Logged In to post an Answer.
Not a member yet? Sign Up Now »
Star Points Scale
Earn points for Asking and Answering Questions!