31 October 2000
Europol given the power to initiate criminal investigations - EU Council of Ministers agree to ignore legal and constitutional niceties
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Ireland: Illegal Immigrants (Trafficking) Bill constitutional
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Switzerland: Political arrest warrants
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Spain: New law on justifying terrorism
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