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Austrian interior minister calls for swift adoption of security package

Thursday 4 January 2018 | 14:29 CET | News
Austrian Minister of Interior Herbert Kickl (FPO) announced the new government plans a quick implementation of the new surveillance measures. The controversial security package, which provides for a massive expansion of surveillance measures, is to be implemented "swiftly", he said in an interview with Niederosterreich Heute. 

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