Last quote by Emily O'Reilly
At this early stage in my inquiry, I acknowledge the need to reflect on this new context. However, I have taken no position in relation to any of these matters except to consider that they warrant further inquiry.feedback
Jan 20 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Emily O'Reilly is associated, including Barroso and code. Most recently, Emily O'Reilly has been quoted saying: “As a first step in my inquiry, I would ask that the ECB facilitate an inspection of all relevant ECB-held documents which will help my Office gain a fuller understanding of the extent and range of the ECB's overall involvement with the G30.” in the article ECB probed by watchdog over ties with bankers in G30 group | Reuters.
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Quotes by Emily O'Reilly
Jan 20 2017
As a first step in my inquiry, I would ask that the ECB facilitate an inspection of all relevant ECB-held documents which will help my Office gain a fuller understanding of the extent and range of the ECB's overall involvement with the G30.feedback
Oct 31 2016
Given the concern that continues to be expressed about Mr Barroso's appointment and the existing Code of Conduct, the Ombudsman will now reflect on the next steps – including a possible inquiry - she will take in relation to this important issue.feedback
Jul 22 2016
It is worth noting that the code of conduct was drawn up by the commission. It would now seem appropriate that the code be re-assessed in light of recent events.feedback
Dec 10 2014
Relevant allegations of irregularities with Eulex appear to have been set out first in a report that was submitted to Eulex in 2012 by a Eulex prosecutor. . Neither Eulex nor the EEAS are in possession of this report. It is unclear what became of it.feedback
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