European Parliament adopts resolution raising concerns on use of EU money in Czech Republic

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The European Parliament Thursday adopted a resolution raising concerns about conflict of interest and the use of EU money in the Czech Republic.

The Parliament “regrets that for a long time the Commission remained passive, despite there having been strong indications since 2014 that Mr [Andrej] Babiš had a conflict of interest in his role as Minister of Finance and later as Prime Minister,” the MEPs wrote in the resolution, which was approved with 434 MEPs voting in favor, 64 against, and 47 abstaining.

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