Financial sanctions for the conflict of interests

The Law committees of the two Houses of the Parliament and the Special Statute Committee decided Tuesday, in joint meeting, to enforce a sanction consisting in 10 pc of the salary, withheld for 3 months at most, for the MPs found in situations of conflicting interests. The decision was adopted with majority of votes and only one abstention, and it follows a decision of the Constitutional Court which ruled that a legislator in conflict of interests may not be prohibited attending the proceedings of the Parliament, as a sanction.

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