Hard part of dealing with controversial anti-terror bills starts after election: Forcese

Craig Forcese says ‘The next government needs to do the national security policy-making differently and invite a broader constituency into the tent, because ultimately, in a democracy, national security depends on consent.’

By Denis Calnan

PUBLISHED :Monday, Sept. 28, 2015 3:08 AM

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