2 May 2011
The Office of the Head of the EULEX mission in Kosovo has released ‘EULEX Programme Report 2010’. The text has 69 pages. Most of the report is characterised by platitudes, vague statements, incomprehensible acronyms and jargon about irrelevant organisational issues internal to local institutions and EULEX itself.
The report does not contain any significant reference, information, statistics and data on any type of crime committed in Kosovo. The same is true for data, information and statistics on, and the evaluation of, the huge problem of political corruption, money laundering, drug trafficking, trade in human beings, war crimes, missing persons, criminal impunity, police and judicial ineffectiveness that afflicts the region.
Since the preparation and drafting of this report was done with the use of EU taxpayers’ money, how does the Commission intend to put an end to this unpleasant situation?
Question for written answer
to the Commission
Pino Arlacchi (S&D)