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National security laws are adrift
The president of Romania Traian Basescu said after yesterday's meeting of the CSAT (Supreme Council for National Defense) that the government's version of the national security laws needed "substantial changes". He explained that the intelligence services could not work like some NGOs, because their duty was to protect citizens at times of peace. The President commented: "We must make sure the intelligence services aren't used against citizens and that the services are able to grant citizens with protection at the highest standards possible." He expressed hope that there would follow dialogue to make the services' missions clear. (...) (D.D.)
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