Andreasen had already been moved from her post and disciplined after she claimed the EC’s £63bn budget was ‘out of control’ and began a campaign to change the EU accounting system.
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The harsh treatment of Andreasen was also a factor in the resignation of whistleblowing internal auditor Paul van Buitenen, who has stepped down after becoming disillusioned with reforms at the EC.
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