The triple menace of Hollande's reform of the French constitution

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Almost three months after the November 13th terrorist attacks in Paris which left 130 people dead and more than 350 others wounded, a majority of French Members of Parliament (MPs) have approved the bill of law to amend France’s constitution and enshrine in fundamental law the state of emergency powers and the stripping of French nationality from convicted terrorists.