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Proposed change to French constitution likened to Nazi-era policy | The Electronic Intifada


Proposed change to French constitution likened to Nazi-era policy | The Electronic Intifada: A lawmaker from the ruling Socialist Party has likened one proposed change to a Nazi-era policy used against Jews.

If the amendments are approved, Amnesty says, they would “allow authorities to continue using state of emergency measures for a further six months after the end of a state of emergency.”

On Wednesday, the French cabinet approved the draft measures, including a controversial provision allowing the government to strip French citizenship from dual nationals born in France who are convicted of terrorism offenses.

The measure was first proposed by President Fran�ois Hollande after suspected Islamic State gunmen killed 130 people in Paris on 13 November.

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