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Ryszard Czarnecki: European institutions do not control their finances in a proper way

30 April 2015

Ryszard Czarnecki: European institutions do not control their finances in a proper way

The European Parliament postponed granting discharge to the Council and the European Council. “Once again we see lack of readiness to cooperate with the European Parliament. The Council has to participate in good will in the annual procedure of granting discharge”, said the EP Vice-President.

The European Parliament postponed granting discharge to the Council and the European Council. “Once again we see lack of readiness to cooperate with the European Parliament. The Council has to participate in good will in the annual procedure of granting discharge”, said the EP Vice-President.

The European Parliament voted on 46 reports drafted by MEP Czarnecki on discharge for various EU institutions. Vice-President Czarnecki explained that the decision regarding postponing the discharge for the Council was based mainly on difficulties in obtaining information from the Council. “We still need answers for many questions and we do not have documents from the Council”, said MEP Czarnecki.

In his report on the European Court of Justice of the European Union he stressed too long proceedings, slow digitalisation and lack of information regarding the use of the car service. Ryszard Czarnecki underlined that both the ECJ and European Court of Auditors require better geographic balance on middle and upper management. “We need a real geographic balance because there is still a problem of new EU countries which are treated as a poor cousin, especially in the EEAS”, said Mr Czarnecki. “In the EEAS the especially existing top-heavy administration should be reviewed with a simplification of the decision-making process; then the regime of the EU special representatives is not clear”, he added.

32 agencies are subject to discharge. The discharges for EIT and two Joint Undertakings: Artemis and ENIAC were postponed.

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