2014 06 10 Today, the Special Investigation Service received a visit of Members of Parliament of the Republic of Latvia – Mr Aleksejs Loskutovs, head of the delegation, Mr Ivans Klementjevs and Mr Gunars Rusinš, members of Corruption Prevention Subcommittee of the Defence, Internal Affairs and Corruption Prevention Committee and Ms Margita Markevica, advisor to the Subcommittee.
In 2013, OLAF assisted the European Commission with the development of anti-fraud policies and legislation. The Office contributed substantial technical input for the Commission’s legislative proposal on the establishment of a European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO) of July. This initiative will help ensure that fraud against the EU budget is consistently prosecuted across Europe and that fraudsters are brought to justice.
Special Investigation Service of the Republic of Lithuania together with the Central Electoral Commission of the Republic of Lithuania and Central Project Management Agency (CPMA) has already started to implement the EU Twinning project „Strengthening the System of Supervision of Political Activities and Electoral Campaign Financing in the Republic of Croatia“.
This week Special Investigation Service (STT) of the Republic of Lithuania held the discussion with the Union of Lithuanian Doctors, Lithuanian Trade Union of Health Care Employees, Ministry of Health and State Tax Inspectorate under the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Lithuania on the STT’ suggestion that physicians and health care practitioners should declare their assets and publish these declarations.