Draft anti-terror package to allow '007s' in prisons

Current law bans secret services from penitentiaries

(ANSA) - Rome, January 22 - The government's draft anti-terrorism packet contains a measure that would allow intelligence agents to question inmates in Italian prisons, ANSA sources said Thursday.
    A 2007 law bans the secret service from the nation's penitentiaries, where intelligence now deems Islamist fundamentalist radicalization and recruitment of new adepts could be taking place. Cabinet is slated to consider the package next Wednesday.
   

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