European and national parliamentarians, and judges, last week called for more joint European Union action on counter-terrorism and justice, saying the very foundation of survival was being threatened, but that civil liberties and terrorist suspects rights must be protected too.In debates before European inter-parliamentary meetings on freedom, justice, and security, they argued for more use of qualified majority voting and co-decision with the European Parliament as a way to make progress on hom...

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