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eBook Blowing the Whistle: Fraud in the European Commission download ISBN: 1902301463
Author: Paul van Buitenen
Publisher: Politicos Pub (April 1, 2000)
Language: English
Pages: 264
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Category: Political
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List of books on the European Union: Brussels Laid Bare by Marta Andreasen (2009) St Edwards Press, ISBN 9780955418815. Blowing the Whistle: Fraud in the European Commission by Paul van Buitenen (2000) Politicos Publishing, ISBN 9781902301464

List of books on the European Union: Brussels Laid Bare by Marta Andreasen (2009) St Edwards Press, ISBN 9780955418815. Blowing the Whistle: Fraud in the European Commission by Paul van Buitenen (2000) Politicos Publishing, ISBN 9781902301464. The European Dream by Jeremy Rifkin (2009). In de loopgraven van Brussel: de slag om een transparant Europa by Paul van Buitenen (2004) Ten Have,

Paul van Buitenen (Dutch pronunciation: ; born 28 May 1957) is a retired Dutch politician of the Europe Transparent party who served as a Member of the European Parliament from 2004 to 2009. He was an assistant-auditor in the.

Paul van Buitenen (Dutch pronunciation: ; born 28 May 1957) is a retired Dutch politician of the Europe Transparent party who served as a Member of the European Parliament from 2004 to 2009. He was an assistant-auditor in the European Commission's Financial Control Directorate becoming the whistleblower who first drew the attention of a Member of the European Parliament to the irregularities, fraud and mismanagement within the Commission in 1998

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Blowing the Whistle book. Early in December 1998 Paul van Buitenen, an assistant auditor in the. Early in December 1998 Paul van Buitenen, an assistant auditor in the Financial Control Directorate of the European Commission in Brussels, lifted the lid on the internal corruption and fraud he had unearthed at the heart of the Commission.

Early in December 1998 Paul van Buitenen, an assistant auditor in the Financial Control Directorate of the European Commission in Brussels, lifted the lid on the internal corruption and fraud he had unearthed at the heart of the Commission. This book tells his intriguing inside story.

Blowing the Whistle: Fraud in the European Commission by Paul van Buitenen (2000) Politicos Publishing . The International Standard Book Number (ISBN) is a numeric commercial book identifier which is intended to be unique

Blowing the Whistle: Fraud in the European Commission by Paul van Buitenen (2000) Politicos Publishing, ISBN 9781902301464. In de loopgraven van Brussel: de slag om een transparant Europa by Paul van Buitenen (2004) Ten Have, ISBN 9025954227. The International Standard Book Number (ISBN) is a numeric commercial book identifier which is intended to be unique. Publishers purchase ISBNs from an affiliate of the International ISBN Agency.

Paul van Buitenen (born 28 May, 1957 in Breda) is a Member of the European Parliament for the Netherlands .

Paul van Buitenen (born 28 May, 1957 in Breda) is a Member of the European Parliament for the Netherlands and a European civil servant on unpaid leave during his stint as MEP. He was a Dutch assistant-auditor in the European Commission’s Financial Control Directorate becoming the whistleblower who first drew the attention of a Member of the European Parliament to the irregularities, fraud and mismanagement within the Commission in 1998.

Early in December 1998 Paul van Buitenen, an assistant auditor in the Financial Control Directorate of the European Commission in Brussels, lifted the lid on the internal corruption .

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Fraud in the European Commission. by Paul Van Buitenen. Published April 1, 2000 by Politicos Pub.

Paul Van Buitenen is a hero of our time. The appointment committee for his auditor's job at the European Commission should have spotted that the lad was likely to cause trouble. His belief in the project was of a kind to to make doughty Euro-warriors such as Ted Heath seem lukewarm. Hence his anger when those corrupting the great venture were protected by highly placed, highly. Paul Van Buitenen is a hero of our time.

Early in December 1998 Paul van Buitenen, an assistant auditor in the Financial Control Directorate of the European Commission in Brussels, lifted the lid on the internal corruption and fraud he had unearthed at the heart of the Commission. Despite extreme pressure ti keep quiet, he revealed to the European Parliament the true extent of EC corruption - with the result that in March 1999 the entire Commission resigned.

Misappropriation of funds, corrupt dealings with contractors, jobs for the boys (or, in the case of Commissioner Edith Cresson, for the dentist) - Paul van Buitenen had opened a wriggling can of worms, and he paid a heavy price for following the dictates of his conscience: he was suspended from his post and villified by his former friends.

Yet his decision to expose the murky goings-on in the Commission continues to reverberate around the corridors of power in Brussels - and in particular in the office of Neil Kinnock, the Commissioner charged with overseeing reform.