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May 26, 2020

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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