The statement added, “The decision to impose such a discriminatory measure on Qatar, which limits dialogue and cooperation before legal procedures are terminated, will have a negative impact on regional and global security cooperation, as well as on the ongoing discussions about global energy scarcity and security.” The statement said… the Qatari mission.
Thursday Members of the European Parliament adopted a resolution strongly condemning Qatar’s influence and announcing tougher anti-corruption measures and setting up a commission of inquiry.. The case concerns a corruption scandal in the European Parliament, the main suspect being Greek Social Democrat Eva Kaili.
in the approved decision MEPs are calling for, among other things, the suspension of talks with Qatar over visas and flights, ban donations from third countries to members of the European Parliament, more transparent than self. They are also calling on the European Commission to establish an independent work ethics body.
Eva Kaili, Vice-President of the European Parliament (Socialists and Democrats) Last Sunday, November 11th She was charged and arrested by a decision of a Belgian court. She and three others are accused of corruption, participation in a criminal group and money laundering. The European Parliament dismissed Kylie from the position of vice-president of the institution during its plenary session on Tuesday in Strasbourg. Earlier, Greece froze the assets of the MEP and her immediate family.
Reuters reports that the political partner – Francesco Giorgi – He admitted to being involved in a corruption scandal involving Qatar. Reuters confirmed this information in two independent sources.
As the Belgian media reported last week, Current and former members of the European Parliament, as well as employees of this institution, have been taking bribes to influence decisions relating to, among other things, the State of Qatar.. “It is painful for an institution that loves to teach others so much,” notes Dutch daily Financieele Dagblad.
The magazine reminds you of that Every day there are new threads in the scandal that rocked Brussels. It is not only about corruption, but also about money laundering and belonging to a criminal organization.
The European Parliament sends powerful resolutions to the world Express your outrage at corruption and other abuses in other parts of the world. This raised finger—as critics sometimes pejoratively call it—was broken, however, “says” FD. The newspaper expresses the opinion that the European Parliament, which has gained more and more power over the years, is itself vulnerable to outside interference.
Dutch MEP from the right-wing JA21 party, Michiel Hoogeveen, stated in an interview with “Financieele Dagblad” that Control of the media in Brussels is much weaker. “Some MEPs are more popular here than in their country,” says Hoogeveen.
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