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The Commission has been mandated to act on behalf of the Community and establishes the terms of reference under which it shall act in the performance of its tasks in order to contribute to the resolution of the dispute with respect to the Ukrainian law on the promotion of automobile production and related regulations concerning the second-hand automobile market in Ukraine.

The temporary nature of the freedom to provide services should in any case not exclude the possibility for the service provider to equip himself with certain infrastructure in the host Member State (including an office, a cabinet or a studio) to the extent necessary for the effective provision of the service in question.

monitor the independence and objectivity of the external auditor, in particular by checking that the audit firm complies with the guidelines in force concerning the rotation of its partners, the level of fees paid by the firm and other regulatory requirements

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Canada’s Ethics Commissioner Mary Dawson finds that Nigel Wright, former chief of staff to former Prime Minister Stephen Harper, violated federal rules, including the Parliament Act, when he wanted to help Mike Duffy reimburse living expenses that Senator Duffy had claimed.

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In a report released Thursday, Commissioner Dawson says Nigel Wright should not have asked the chairman of the Conservative Fund of Canada if he could cover Mike Duffy’s living expense claims.

Mary Dawson believes that Nigel Wright used his role as the Prime Minister’s chief of staff to further the financial interests of Senator Mike Duffy in contravention of ethics rules when he asked for the party’s financial assistance.

That scheme did not allow him to obtain all the funds he needed to repay his debt, so that Nigel Wright eventually had to contribute a $90,000 check to reimburse the senator’s expenses.

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In his career within the Commission he has worked in the Statistical Office (1977-1982), in the Directorate General for Energy (1982-1987), in the Directorate General for Industry and Internal Market Affairs (1987-1989), as advisor to President Delors’ Forward Studies Unit (1989-1992), as a member of the Cabinet of Sir Leon Brittan Q.C., Commissioner for Foreign and Economic Affairs (1993-1995), as advisor to Jacques Santer, President of the European Commission (1995-1999) and is currently Director of Financial Services and Financial Markets Policy in the Directorate General for the Internal Market.

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Toronto (Canada), Aug 12 (EFE).- Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper had no prior knowledge of the payment of a bribe to a Conservative senator, testified today Nigel Wright, former chief of staff of the ruler.

Wright made the statement during his first day of testimony in the trial of Conservative senator Mike Duffy, charged with fraud and corruption after receiving a payment of C$90,000 (about $69,300) from Harper’s own former chief of staff.

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But shortly thereafter it was learned that Duffy had received the money, about C$90,000, from Wright, then Harper’s chief of staff, which Canadian law considers a bribe to a lawmaker.

Duffy maintains that the fraudulent payment of his expenses was orchestrated by the Canadian prime minister’s office with Harper’s own knowledge to avoid embarrassment and that other senators were also receiving housing subsidies, despite owning homes in Ottawa.

Just in June, the Office of the Auditor General of Canada issued a report that revealed that 30 senators, not counting Duffy and two other Conservative senators currently under investigation by the police, have irregularly received subsidies.

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