French MPs vote on post-attacks constitution changes

French lawmakers are to vote on a controversial package of measures to change the constitution in the wake of the terror attacks on ParisFrench lawmakers will vote on Wednesday on a controversial package of measures to change the constitution in the wake of the terror attacks on Paris in November. One of the measures proposed by President Francois Hollande would strip people convicted of terrorism of their French nationality, a contested move that has led to the resignation of the justice minister. Another would enshrine in the constitution the state of emergency which is currently in force, giving security forces greater powers.

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