EU ethics committee 'should move fast' on Barroso's Goldman Sachs job
European Commission President, Jean-Claude Juncker, has launched an unprecedented investigation into whether his predecessor, José Manuel Barroso, broke EU rules by taking a job at Goldman Sachs, the bank blamed for the economic crisis sparked in 2008. Juncker's action came after EU ombudsman, Emily O'Reilly, called on the Commission to clarify its position on the issue.
Emily O'Reilly gives FRANCE 24 her reaction to this latest development and tells us whether she thinks this revolving door between business and politics is feeding into a broader anti-EU sentiment.
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