Bill reintroduced creating civil cause of action for terrorism and amending the State Immunity Act

Cross-Referencing: National Security Law (NSL) Ch. 7.

The government has reintroduced a bill from the last session of Parliament creating a civil cause of action for terrorism and amending the State Immunity Act to strip away state immunity for state sponsors of terrorism.  See here for a discussion of the version of this bill introduced in the last session, focusing on the law project's constitutionality and consistency with public international law.  The current version of the bill was introduced on April 21 in the senate as S-7.