Anti-terror officials to track MPs’ movements

Ministers and MPs who plan to appear in public outside the Hague parliamentary complex have been told to report their movements to the anti-terrorism coordination centre, the Telegraaf reports on Thursday.

A spokesman for the NCTb told ANP that security experts wanted to know about public appearances because of possible protests generated by Geert Wilders anti-Koran film which will be put on the internet shortly.
The information will be passed on to local police officials who will decide what security measures are necessary, the spokesman said.

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