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Qatar tried to pay off European leaders, and the assets of the Vice-President of the European Parliament were frozen

Qatar tried to pay off European leaders, and the assets of the Vice-President of the European Parliament were frozen

A former representative of the Greek Greek Socialist Movement (PASZOK) has been accused of being involved in a Qatar-related bribery scandal.

The measure also applies to Kylie’s relatives and covers bank accounts, savings, businesses and other financial assets – reported Haralambos Vorliotis, head of the Hellenic Anti-Money Laundering Authority.

Authorities also targeted a real estate company that the 44-year-old actor recently founded with his Italian partner, Francesco Giorgi, who was also arrested.

On Sunday, the Belgian authorities announced that they had arrested Eva Kaili and three other suspects, including Giorgi, on charges of money laundering, corruption and participation in a criminal organization.

According to the Belgian Public Prosecutor’s Office, Qatar tried to pay large sums of money and precious gifts to several high-ranking members of the European Parliament.

So that favorable decisions are taken in the European Union legislature.

Kylie is not covered by parliamentary immunity, because according to the law, immunity cannot be invoked in the event that a member of the European Parliament is caught in the act of committing a crime, a judicial source revealed, confirming that Bags full of banknotes were found in the apartment of the Greek actor.

Kylie has been a member of the European Parliament since 2014 and has held the position of Vice-President of the European Union Parliament since January this year. The case caused a sensation throughout Europe, and especially in his home country.

Roberta Metsola, President of the European Parliament, has decided to suspend Kylie from her position as Vice-President with immediate effect. The European Parliament will vote on his release this week.

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