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Concerns about the dragnet: new powers for GISS and DISS
It is perhaps one of the most talked about legislative changes of recent years. The adjustment of the ISS Act 2002, the law that controls the intelligence services AIVD and MIVD can or can not, brings with it many changes. The government decided earlier to hold a public consultation on the internet in order to request input from people, companies and organizations about what they think of the adjustment. As you might expect this produced a flood of responses. There are now more than five hundred. The deadline for comments Tuesday night, at midnight.
What happens now? The government will review the responses and evaluate, so it seems. The site on the Internet consultation says. “The result of the consultation and processing them in the draft proposal included in a report outline on the website. That after the Council of Ministers takes the proposal for a law or an Order in Council or the Minister of the draft ministerial regulation has approved. ” In short, the report comes after ministers have agreed to the legislation itself.Viewing:-146
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