They did not want to condemn European politicians who depend on Putin.  Opposition MEPs voted Catargate Champions

Just before the outbreak of a full-scale war, the European Parliament was working on a bill condemning Russia. MEPs of the Political Law Party have proposed that the European Parliament call on the governments of individual countries to freeze the assets of politicians employed by, among others, Gazprom. These were former German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder, former Austrian Chancellor Wolfgang Scheüssel, Austrian Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl, former Finnish Prime Minister Paavo Lipponen and former French Prime Minister François Fillon. The amendment did not pass. The majority of the opposition MEPs voted to reject it, as did the main figures in Catargate, with Eva Kayley at the helm.

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In mid-February 2022, a few days before the start of Russia’s all-out aggression against Ukraine, the European Parliament was working on a bill Condemns the policy by which Russian state-controlled energy companies create an incentive structure for policies that make the EU more dependent on Russian energy exports and Extortion by appointing former EU politicians to high paying positions.

On behalf of European conservatives and reformers, Witold Waszkowski, Karol Karski, and Asita Kanku made an amendment regarding former EU politicians corrupted by Russia.

ECR deputies called on MEPs to “call on the German government to freeze all European assets of former Chancellor Gerhard Schröder, who was recently appointed to the board of directors of Gazprom, if he does not resign from all his positions in Russian energy companies, call the same treatment.” Former Austrian Chancellor Wolfgang Schössel , Austrian Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl, former Finnish Prime Minister Paavo Lipponen, and former French Prime Minister François Fillon.

However, the amendment did not pass the vote. It was supported by only 65 MEPs – including all members of Law and Justice.

Up to 538 were against him, including Bartosz Aroković, Ocasz Kohut, Jerzy Buzek, Jaroslav Duda, Jaroslav Kalinowski, Ewa Kopacz, Leszek Miller, Janina Oczewska, Rosa Thun, Marek Belka, Robert Pedro, Włodzimierz Cimoszewiczki, Boguslaw.

Interestingly, The main figures in the corruption scandal in the European Parliament – José Fernando López Aguilar, Eva Cayley, Marco Tarabella and Andrea Cozzolino – voted the same way.

Heroes of the Catargate scandal vote against the People's Army's anti-Russian project (Photo: press release)
Heroes of the Catargate scandal vote against the People’s Army’s anti-Russian project (Photo: press release)

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