French intelligence services should be overhauled in the wake of last year’s terror attacks in Paris, a parliamentary commission of inquiry has recommended.
Various services should be merged into a single agency, the commission said.
Commission president Georges Fenech proposed a body similar to the US National Counter-Terrorism Centre.
The January and November attacks, which killed 147 people in all, prompted criticism of the security response.
“Faced with the threat of international terrorism we need to be much more ambitious… in terms of intelligence,”
said Mr Fenech.