Bulgaria's Justice Minister, Tsetska Tsacheva, resigned from office today after it was reported that she and three other politicians from the ruling Citizens for the European Development Bulgaria (GERB) party... read more →
In the second of three reports on tax evasion in Europe, EU-OCS looks at freeports, which are increasingly coming under scrutiny by European policymakers as potential "black holes" for tax... read more →
Slovak police have named the man suspected of ordering the murder of journalist Jan Kuciak and his fiancée as businessman Marian Kochner. Until now, the Slovak prosecutor's office referred to... read more →
EU negotiators have approved a directive protecting whistleblowers who report issues such as fraud and tax evasion by authorities or corporations. The agreement, between the three governing structures of the... read more →
The European People's Party (EPP), an umbrella organisation for conservative, Christian democratic parties in the European parliament, has launched a process to exclude Hungary's Fidesz, the governing party of Prime... read more →
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