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Guy Verhofstadt: 'Security is more important than sovereignty'

This week, Brussels was put on lockdown amid the search for the Paris attackers. Everyone wants to know how a group of men - jihadists who were known to Belgian police - were able to plot the deadly Paris attacks, stock weapons and cross borders without anyone raising the alarm. Are state institutions there failing? We speak to Guy Verhofstadt, former Belgian Prime Minister and the current leader of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats in the European Parliament.
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