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Bribery AP Vice President arrested

An arrest warrant has been issued for Greek parliamentarian Eva Kaili, Vice President of the European Parliament (EP), who was detained in the context of the corruption operation organized by the Belgian police on 9 December. Kaili is accused of being a member of a criminal organization, money laundering and corruption.

Arrest warrants were also issued for Kaili’s boyfriend, Francesco Giorgi, and former EP member Pier Antonio Panzeri. Luca Visentini, Secretary General of the International Trade Union Confederation, was released on parole. Kaili’s father, who was caught with a suitcase full of money while leaving a hotel, is among those released. The prosecution suspects that large sums of money have been paid or important gifts have been offered to people in political and strategic positions in the EP, allowing them to influence parliamentary decisions. In an official letter to Kaili, EP Chairperson Roberta Metsola said, “In light of the ongoing judicial investigation, I have decided to immediately suspend all powers, duties and responsibilities entrusted to you in the capacity of EP Vice President.”

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PHOTO WITH THE MINISTER OF QATAR

New details emerged after the arrest of 5 people, including the Greek deputy Eva Kaili, Vice President Of The European Parliament , On Charges Of Receiving Bribes From Qatar In The Operations In Brussels. Le Soir, one of the most widely read newspapers in Belgium, published photos of Kaili’s recent visit to Qatar. In the photo posted on the Twitter account of the Qatar Ministry of Labor, Kaili is seen sitting with the Qatari minister during his visit to Doha. In a statement after this meeting, Kaili said that despite the concerns about the working conditions in the construction of the stadiums before the World Cup In Qatar And The Allegations Of Worker Deaths, Qatar Is A Leading Country In Workers’ Rights.

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