The EU's Luxembourg-based General Court has denied a request by a group of journalist who had formally asked the court to grant them access to gain access to the monthly expenses of European parliamentarians.
The decision by the Court supported an earlier ruling by the European Parliament which concluded that providing access to the financial statements of MEPs was a violation of the bloc's privacy laws. Both rulings said the privacy of the MEPs is protected by the EU institutions’ freedom of i...
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