Rules on prosecuting and punishing fraud against the EU budget were voted by the Budgetary Control and Civil Liberties committees on Thursday. In amendments to a draft anti-fraud law, MEPs clearly defined the offences for which member states would have to introduce criminal penalties, such as fraud, passive and active corruption, money laundering or dishonest bidding for public procurement contracts. Fraud costs the EU budget an estimated €600 million each year.
(a) prin măsuri privind intrarea şi circulaţia persoanelor, politica privind azilul şi migraţia,
(b) prin măsuri privind gestionarea integrată a frontierelor externe,
(c) prin măsuri privind cooperarea poliţienească şi judiciară în materie penală;