Ombudsman finds European Commission Guilty of Maladministration

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This is Decision of the European Ombudsman closing his inquiry into complaint 814/2010/JF (regarding European Schools) against the European Commission:

The Commission failed properly to respond to the complainant’s and the Staff Committee’s request for the organisation of an independent external audit of the European Schools. This constitutes an instance of maladministration.

You can read more on European Ombudsman’s website.

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