People who potentially pose a threat to national security should be locked up, even if there is little evidence against them, according to PVV leader Geert Wilders, the Telegraaf said on Tuesday.

Wilders is planning to publish a private members' bill on Tuesday which will make it possible for officials to detain potentially dangerous people without trial, the paper said.

The bill would give the security service AIVD the power to pick people off the streets and put them in jail, if the home affairs ministry gives permission. The courts would then have one week to make sure the arrest was carried out in line with procedures, but would not be able to examine the evidence against the suspect.

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