the police of Belgium carried out a search on Monday afternoon at the headquarters of the European Parliament (EP) in Brussels to seize data necessary for the investigation of an alleged case of corruption and money laundering by workers of this institution linked to Qatar.
”Since Friday, with the support of the European Parliament’s security services, the computer resources of ten parliamentary collaborators had been ‘frozen’ in order to prevent data necessary for the investigation from disappearing. Registration today at the European Parliament It was intended to collect this data,” the Belgian Federal Prosecutor’s Office said in a statement.
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