TALLINN – The European Union wants to make use of the scandals related to money laundering to step up its control over member states, Estonian member of the European Parliament Jaak Madison says.
On Thursday, a discussion on combating money laundering took place at the plenary of the European Parliament, prompted by the recent leak from the US Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN).
Madison, who took the floor during the discussion, criticized the wish of the European Commission to set up a new Euro institution whereby the authorities...
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