DG SAYS OLAF WILL RETAIN VITAL ANTI-FRAUD ROLE ONCE EUROPEAN PUBLIC PROSECUTOR IS LAUNCHES

THE OUTGOING director general of the European Union (EU) anti-fraud office OLAF has stressed how his agency will continue to proactively fight fraud once the new European Public Prosecutors Office (EPPO) is established. Giovanni Kessler, writing in the last OLAF annual report in his seven-year mandate, has stressed that his agency’s role will be important, now that just 20 out of 28 EU member states have decided to work with the EPPO. The new office will be established via the EU’s ‘enhanced cooperation’ procedure for initiatives where only some member ...


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