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Financial Times: Brussels officials point to Romanian corruption
Great Britain and France have demanded Brussels for tougher attitude at Romania and Bulgaria because of the "serious" corruption in these new member states, according to the report in yesterday's edition of the Financial Times, titled "'Serious' corruption sparks Brussels showdown".
There is also mentioned that Sweden and the Netherlands have expressed fear that the European Commission isn't keeping the promise to persuade the two new comers into achieving the reforms required, thus undermining the credibility of the EU enlargement process.
The official complaint that member states have expressed in a private reunion this month claims that the EU Justice Commissioner Franco Frattini has got too close to the states he is monitoring. Frattini's decision to go skiing with the Bulgarian interior minister Rumen Petkov this February stunned both officials of some EU states and Brussels colleagues. (G.D.)
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