France's Socialists split over plan to strip terrorists of nationality


Members of ruling party want key committee to rule that President Hollande and Prime Minister Valls's idea is against its principles.

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Divisions are deepening in France's ruling Socialist Party over the government's plan to amend the constitution to allow people with double nationality to be stripped of their French citizenship if they are convicted of terrorist offences, reports RFI.