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MEPs on Malta: police should investigate all corruption allegations

Malta’s police should investigate all corruption allegations to end the perceived impunity in the country, according to the European Parliament’s Civil Liberties Committee and...

European Commission ‘concerned’ about Romania’s judicial system

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and First Vice-President Frans Timmermans are “concerned” about the independence of Romania's judicial system and its capacity to fight...

Most EU members not ready for GDPR

The European Commission has warned member states to make sure their national laws are in line with the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)...

MEPs call on Malta to oust corrupt politicians

Politicians in Malta who have been implicated in serious acts of corruption and money laundering linked to the Panama Papers and FIAU reports should...

Criminals deprived of most important asset: money

On December 11th the Committee of Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs of the European Parliament voted almost unanimously my report on the Directive...

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EU and Serbia sign strategic partnership on critical raw materials

The European Union and the Republic of Serbia have...

The extreme right introduces vulgar behaviour in the European Parliament

On 18 July, Ursula Von der Leyen was reelected...

India enraged by new EU tax on carbon emissions

India may be damaged up until 0.05% of its...

False claims about Nigeria-EU pact fuels LGBT controversy

Widespread misinformation about an EU partnership pact has generated...

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