Almost a year after the censorship by the Constitutional Council of a proposed LREM law, the government is taking over. The anti-terrorism bill is examined from Tuesday, June 1 at the National Assembly.
LThe government and the majority are proposing two measures in particular to avoid the “dry exits” of detainees convicted of terrorism. On the one hand, the passage from one to two years of “individual administrative control and surveillance measures” (Micas), the ex-house arrest created by the internal security and fight against terrorism (Silt) law of 2017. On the other hand, the ad hoc creation of a “judicial anti-terrorism social reintegration measure”.
Seized before the examination, the Council of State has already frowned on the new version of the Micas. Government and majority therefore play a close game. “We are on a ridge line” between public order and individual freedoms, agrees one of the LREM co-rapporteurs, Raphaël Gauvain.
In addition, the text provides for endowing theThe intelligence services have a special information retention regime to improve artificial intelligence tools. It must also perpetuate and extend to connection URLs the algorithm technique, which makes it possible to analyze internet browsing data provided by telecom operators.