Opinion on the proposed reform of the secret services in Poland - the Bill on the Internal Security Agency's (2013)

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In fact, the biggest problem of Polish secret services (including ISA) is their lack of specialization. Despite determining their activities, under the current law, the ISA deals with “everything and nothing”, which means that from the beginning of its existence (before as OSP – Office of State Protection, Polish: UOP – Urzad Ochrony Panstwa) for the following years this secret service did not determine any area of its activities. Changes prepared for 2015 provide for the limitation of the field of interest of ISA, which in this case should be viewed positively. Limitation of the right of inquiry of this service should be judged negatively, however, in this respect this service is not effective anyway.

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Published In: Administrative Agency Updates, Civil Rights Updates, Constitutional Law Updates, Privacy Updates, Securities Updates

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