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France approves new law to combat Islamist radicalism

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The text proposes to strengthen the control of mosques and associations to ensure that they respect republican principles France has been the European country that has suffered most from Islamist radicalism, which is why the French country wanted to go a step further and has passed a law to combat, in the words of French president Emmanuel Macron, “Islamist separatism”. The text was approved in a first reading by 347 votes in favor, 151 against and 65 abstentions. The next debate is scheduled for 30 March. The Republic is still reeling from the recent Islamist attacks in September and October, which…

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