List of E.U. institutions to contact:
- Delegation of the European Union to China
- European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF)
- European Public Prosecutor’s Office
- European Commission, who, through its Directorate-General for Migration and Home Affairs (DG HOME), “tackles corruption at both EU and international level”.
- European Ombudsman
- The Commissioners:
- Ursula von der Leyen
- Frans Timmermans
- Věra Jourová, “Vice-President for Values and Transparency in the @EU_Commission” according to her Twitter profile. Furthermore, remember what she said in this tweet about freedom of speech.
- Margrethe Vestager (Personal note: warning, Macron ♥ Vestager. It’s important for reasons I won’t explain for now.)
- Didier Reynders
- Personal note: remember to carefully check the European Commission’s priorities. McDonald’s Corporation has knowingly committed multiple counts of aggravated fraud in Europe. Yet, they never got indicted so far. I believe it is a priority considering their crimes have serious consequences.
- LIGHT (preventing Money Laundering) is currently following my ECtHRwatch Twitter account. Pay attention to the document mentioned in this tweet. For example, it mentions Europol’s Financial Crime Center; check it out.
- Google “financial intelligence unit”. Check this document which mentions on the second page the “Directive (EU) 2018/1673 on combating money laundering by criminal law;”, directive which should be read carefully.
“Corruption creates business uncertainty, lowers investment levels and prevents the single market from operating smoothly. Most relevantly, it undermines trust in governments, public institutions and democracy in general.”