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Debates
Miércoles 30 de mayo de 2018 - Estrasburgo Edición provisional

19. Valores de la Unión y proliferación de la corrupción y la delincuencia a través de los «visados de oro» (debate de actualidad)
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  Juan Fernando López Aguilar (S&D ). – Mr President, golden visas, residence and citizenship look like issues which belong to the national legislation of the Member States. But they are not – and they never have been since the Lisbon Treaty entered into force – because they fall under a common European visa policy and European legislation. Golden visas have a negative impact on the status of EU residence and citizenship. They have a negative impact on the common fight against corruption, money laundering and fiscal unfairness. European residence or citizenship should not be bought in a black market or sold out by Member States’ governments. Finally, they have a negative impact on equal rights, equality before the law, because they benefit the rich, and they are an offence against most fundamental EU values.

My conclusion is clear, crystal clear. A new European visa code and a common European strategy are needed in order to fight against not only corruption but also tax evasion, fraud, fiscal fairness and fairness for all.

 
Última actualización: 21 de junio de 2018Aviso jurídico