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ECJ rules against MEP expenses transparency

Today, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that the European Parliament is not required to provide access to documents on how MEPs spend their various allowances, which was requested by a consortium of investigative journalists from the...
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Andrej Babiš’s potential conflict of interest

Transparency International Czech Republic has sent a complaint to the European Commission on suspicion of a conflict of interest between the Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, Andrej Babiš, and his economic interests in relation to the Agrofert...
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EVENT – Golden Visas Report Launch

Thanks to Golden Visa schemes, it’s a borderless world for high-net-worth individuals: some countries are all too eager to sell them EU citizenship and residency rights just like a luxurious tourist package. Join us at the Press Club Brussels on...
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Notice for research services – Eurogroup study

Call for tenders Application deadline: 07 September 2018 Purpose of assignment Deliver a study of the Eurogroup as an institution – answering questions such as who participates, where workstreams and documents are prepared and contributed from,...
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Press release: side jobs of MEPs raise ethics concerns

Our full report is available here. Members of the European Parliament have earned a total of at least €18 million – and possibly as much as €41 million – from side jobs since they were elected in 2014, according to new research by...