Link: EU fraud crises deepens
This would follow a speech by EU budget commissioner Michaele Schreyer to an OLAF seminar in Bucharest, Romania, where she claimed there is now a greater willingness by EU employees to expose allegations of wrong-doing.
She welcomed any increase in fraud notifications of irregularities, saying: ‘We cannot and should not avoid reporting irregularities. A pro-active strategy calls for disclosure of detected irregularities and engaging in public debate on how to counter fraud.’
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