Minister doubtful over call to overhaul French intelligence services

After Parliamentary report urging changes, Bernard Cazeneuve says French intelligence doesn't need 'a perpetual reform movement'.

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France's interior minister said Friday that he doesn't see a need for a drastic overhaul of counterterrorism and intelligence services, despite security failures before Islamic extremist attacks on Paris last year, reports The Jakarta Post.