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Before the Netherlands joined France and Germany in their bilateral discussions on the abolition of internal border control, this country was already cooperating in the field of visa and immigration policy with Belgium and Luxembourg. In general, the Dutch government held the view that intergovernmental cooperation in the field of immigration and asylum law was to be considered a temporary measure. In time, ?Schengen? would have to be replaced by EU measures. Despite the lack of transparency and the secrecy surrounding the negotiations on the CISA, the Dutch parliament was relatively closely involved with regard to the CISA. Compared to the critical attitude of the Dutch parliament with regard to the establishment of SIS I, the development of SIS II was discussed only marginally.

Keywords: CISA; Dutch Policy; Netherlands; Schengen Information System (SIS)



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