France
Senators weigh in on foreign interference law

French senator Agnès Canayer has tabled several amendments to the draft law against foreign interference.
French senator Agnès Canayer has tabled several amendments to the draft law against foreign interference. © Mathilde Kaczkowski/Hans Lucas via Reuters Connect
The French Senate is examining a draft law against foreign interference on 15 May. Senator Agnès Canayer, a member of the parliamentary intelligence delegation, has tabled amendments. She wants to extend the register of agents representing foreign states' interests. [...]
Published on 15.05.2024 at 04:00 GMT Reading time 2 minutes

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