Committee for State Security
|Comité pour la Sécurité de l'État|
Emblem of the CSE
|Motto||Partout où la nécessité fait loi|
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The Committee for State Security (French: Comité pour la Sécurité de l'État) is the main security agency for Morieux since 1943. It acts as an internal security, intelligence, and covert paramilitary agency. Its employees operate from Morivaine embassies and many other locations around the world. It only reports to the Committee of Public Safety, while still drawing its budget from the National Convention.
It is structured primarily as a military service and is governed by army laws and regulations. Its main functions are collecting foreign intelligence, conducting counterintelligence, operative-investigatory activities, guarding Morieux's borders, guarding the leadership of the Morivaine Government, organizing and ensuring of government communications.
- First Directorate – foreign espionage.
- Second Directorate – counter-intelligence.
- Third Directorate – military counter-intelligence.
- Fourth Directorate - transportation security.
- Fifth Directorate – monitors national, foreign, and overseas communications, cryptologic equipment, and research and development.
- Sixth Directorate - guards Morivaine political leaders and families, guards critical government installations (nuclear weapons, etc.)
- Seventh Directorate - responsible for Morieux's border troops.
- Eighth Directorate – responsible for planning and performing clandestine operations.