In March, Belgian police arrested three Italian nationals [JURIST report] - a European Commission official in charge of delegation infrastructure, a personal assistant to an Italian member of the European Parliament, and a businessman - on corruption charges stemming from European public tenders to lease space and provide security for delegation buildings in Albania and India. The EU officials were accused of accepting up to $10 million in bribes over the last decade. EUobserver has more.
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