Rescale 미팅 예약

농업

CAP : EU 농업 자금의 사기, 부패 및 오용에 대한 새로운 보고서는 반드시 깨어나야합니다.

몫:

게재

on

MEPs working on protection of the EU’s budget from the Greens/EFA group have just released a new report: “EU 돈은 어디로 갑니까?“, which looks at the misuse of European agricultural funds in Central and Eastern Europe. The report looks at systemic weakness in EU agricultural funds and maps out in clear terms, how EU funds contribute to fraud and corruption and undermining the rule of law in five EU countries: Bulgaria, Czechia, Hungary, Slovakia and Romania.
 
The report outlines up to date cases, including: Fraudulent claims and payments of EU agricultural subsidies Slovakia; the conflicts of interest around Czech Prime Minister’s Agrofert company in Czechia; and state interference by the Fidesz government in Hungary. This report comes out as the EU institutions are in the process of negotiating the Common Agricultural Policy for the years 2021-27.
Viola von Cramon MEP, Greens/EFA member of the Budgetary Control Committee, comments:   “The evidence shows that EU agricultural funds are fuelling fraud, corruption and the rise of rich businessmen. Despite numerous investigations, scandals and protests, the Commission seems to be turning a blind eye to the rampant abuse of taxpayer’s money and member states are doing little to address systematic issues. The Common Agricultural Policy simply isn’t working. It provides the wrong incentives for how land is used, which damages the environment and harms local communities. The massive accumulation of land at the expense of the common good is not a sustainable model and it certainly shouldn’t be financed from the EU’s budget.
 
“We cannot continue to allow a situation where EU funds are causing such harm in so many countries. The Commission needs to act, it cannot bury its head in the sand. We need transparency on how and where EU money ends up, the disclosure of the ultimate owners of large agricultural companies and an end to conflicts of interest. The CAP must be reformed just so it works for people and the planet and is ultimately accountable to EU citizens. In the negotiations around the new CAP, the Parliament team must stand firm behind mandatory capping and transparency.”

Mikuláš Peksa, Pirate Party MEP 및 Greens / EFA 예산 통제위원회 위원은 다음과 같이 말했습니다. 유통 과정 중과 이후에 CAP에 체계적인 투명성이 결여되어 있습니다. CEE의 국가 지불 기관은 수혜자를 선택할 때 명확하고 객관적인 기준을 사용하지 않으며 자금이 어디로 가는지에 대한 모든 관련 정보를 게시하지 않습니다. 일부 데이터가 공개되면 XNUMX 년의 필수 기간 이후 삭제되는 경우가 많아 통제가 거의 불가능합니다.
 
“Transparency, accountability and proper scrutiny are essential to building an agricultural system that works for all, instead of enriching a select few. Unfortunately, data on subsidy recipients are scattered over hundreds of registers, which are mostly not interoperable with the Commission’s fraud detection tools. Not only is it almost impossible for the Commission to identify corruption cases, but it is often unaware of who the final beneficiaries are and how much money they receive. In the ongoing negotiations for the new CAP period, we cannot allow the Member States to continue operating with this lack of transparency and EU oversight.”

보고서를 사용할 수 있습니다. 여기에 온라인.

이 기사 공유

EU Reporter는 다양한 관점을 표현하는 다양한 외부 소스의 기사를 게시합니다. 이 기사에서 취한 입장이 반드시 EU Reporter의 입장은 아닙니다.
광고

탐색