New court appeal clouds LuxLeaks whistleblowers future
EUObserver reported about Antoine Deltour
"[...] Fabio de Masi, a German MEP from the United Left, who helped spearhead an EU parliament inquiry into the scandal said Luxembourg's public prosecutor would be better off probing Marius Kohl, a high-ranking, now retired official in Luxembourg's tax agency, who helped broker the deals.
"Why is the prosecutor not investigating Marius Kohl instead who provided PwC with the official letterhead of the Luxembourg administration, which is highly corrupt," he said an email.
De Masi said the EU needs whistleblower legislation to help protect people who expose breaches to EU laws.
"I fear the Juncker commission will not protect Perrin, Deltour and Halet from this mafia style prosecution," he said."
The article by Nikolaj Nielsen is available at euobserver.eu
- Aug 5th, 2016
- Apr 25th, 2016