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Sreda, 15. marec 2017 - Strasbourg Pregledana izdaja

13. Tematska razprava - Evropska agenda za varnost: leto po napadih v Bruslju (razprava)
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  Tanja Fajon (S&D ). – Mr President, the last years have not been easy for Europe. Several terrorist attacks have taken lives. What are the lessons we have learned from more than a decade of the fight against terrorism? It is a mistake to say all terrorism is inspired by religion. Terrorist acts are first and foremost criminal acts. Terrorism is difficult to predict, especially when it goes for lone wolf terrorism cases such as Breivik in Norway. We have taken actions. The S&D Group has been a constructive partner in adopting key security measures, but some do not work properly or are not implemented.

Let me first stress the most important thing. There can be no freedom without security, but security without respect of fundamental rights is unacceptable. In the S&D Group today we call on the Commission and Member States for concrete actions. We need full analysis of all the measures currently in place at national and EU level. We need to know which are implemented and whether they are efficient, also why some are not working and what is still missing or can be improved. What is certainly missing is the lack of cooperation and information intelligence exchange between countries.

We need to better address and tackle the root causes of terrorism around the world. We have to do more on bridging Europe’s social divide. Deradicalisation, social inclusion and education should be at the core of the counter-terrorism strategy. It is wrong to believe we do nothing. In the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs most of the legislation currently deals with security, but security means also human rights, and security also means less social inequalities in Europe. So colleagues, stronger European action is required to successfully counter terrorism. The best weapon over fear and hatred in Europe is human dignity and security.

Zadnja posodobitev: 13. december 2017Pravno obvestilo