16 July 2021
China Daily cites a comment from Statewatch on the report of the European Parliament's Frontex Scurinty Group.
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"Statewatch, a nonprofit organization monitoring civil liberties in the EU, noted that the report was scathing of Fabrice Leggeri, the executive director of Frontex.
The document claimed he dragged his feet on the recruitment of fundamental rights monitors, while seeking to expand the size of his office to 63 people, which would have been double the size of European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen's office."
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