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Hard-won government proposal to investigate sensitive intelligence cases goes to vote

Lena Hunter
December 7th, 2023


SF and the government have agreed on a proposal for how to conduct two highly sensitive court cases, upholding the principles of justice without compromising national security. The Folketing will vote on the proposal today. Unusually, every member of parliament is required to attend the vote.


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SF and the government have agreed on a proposal for how to conduct two highly sensitive court cases, upholding the principles of justice without compromising national security. The Folketing will vote on the proposal today. Unusually, every member of parliament is required to attend the vote.

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