President, Parliamentary Special Commission of Enquiry on the Terrorist Attacks in France
MP Georges Fenech (Les Républicains) has been re-elected from June 2012 as a member of the French Parliament Assemblée Nationale, representing the Rhône. He is a member of the Law Commission (he his a former Juge), President of the parliamentary study group on Cults, member of the National Observatory of Delinquency (Observatoire national de la délinquance et des réponses pénales), Member of the Parliamentary Commission of Enquiry on the role of intelligence service of the French police in the case of French terrorist Mohammed Merah. He his the President of the the Parliamentary Special Commission of enquiry on the terrorist attacks in France. He published his commission rapport on July 2016.
From March 2014 he is member of Lyon municipal council and metropolitan council.
The session was part of the ICT's 16th World Summit on Counter-Terrorism: "Unpuzzling Terrorism". MP Fenech described the issues plaguing the French security system, including the lack of coordination between agencies, a lack of communication between European countries and extreme civil liberties and freedoms. Fenech argued that some violations of such liberties are necessary in order to ensure security, and supported the idea of creating de-radicalization centers, as well as a special court and special detention centers for terrorists.