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Debates
Monday, 12 March 2018 - Strasbourg Revised edition

Integrity policy of the Commission, in particular the appointment of the Secretary-General of the European Commission (debate)
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  György Schöpflin (PPE). – Mr President, the facts really do point in a particular direction. The Commission has made a very senior appointment without following its own procedures adequately, certainly as far as transparency is concerned. This has flawed consequences. It demonstrates that checks and balances are, shall we say, missing from the work of the Commission. Equally that when it suits the Commission, it ignores the rules, meaning the rule of law. Following procedure is a necessary part of the rule of law. If the Commission is ready to ignore its own rules, why should anyone pay a blind bit of attention to what the Commission says about flaws in the rule of law in Member States or anywhere else for that matter?

 
Utolsó frissítés: 2018. május 29.Jogi nyilatkozat - Adatvédelmi szabályzat