Belgian intelligence pushes for reform amid increasing restrictions

Belgium's external and internal intelligence agency, the VSSE, has reiterated the need for its agents and informers to have more leeway to conduct certain acts that are currently illegal so they can better perform their infiltration missions, whether virtual or physical. This is the service's way of pushing for more room to manoeuvre in an increasingly restrictive legislative framework. [...] (467 words)
Issue dated 22/11/2021 Reading time 2 minutes

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