The director general of the Eu’s anti-fraud body, OLAF, should be suspended over his handling of the John Dalli affair, a senior MEP has said.

Speaking in Brussels on 28 May, Ingeborg Gräßle, author of a European Parliament working document on the failings of the OLAF investigation into the affair, said that the evidence of bungled, and possibly, criminal procedures on behalf of the organisation, should force the European Commission to remove OLAF Director General, Giovan...

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