Travelling abroad for terrorist purposes, training or being trained, incitement to terrorism or financing of terrorist activities must be made a crime in all EU member states, urged the Civil Liberties Committee MEPs.
"We have managed to strike a fair balance between ensuring security and respecting basic human rights, such as freedom of opinion, to travel and access education”, said rapporteur Monika Hohlmeier (EPP, DE) after the vote. “This is the first time that the Parliament has ta...
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