Eurosceptic, far-right EU lawmakers reported to make most from secondary jobs | News | DW


A report by anti-corruption NGO Transparency International published on Tuesday revealed that Eurosceptic members of the European Parliament receive the highest earnings from secondary jobs and private activities.

According to Transparency’s report based on publicly available disclosures, nearly one third of the European Parliament’s 751 members (MEPs) disclosed private income that surpassed their monthly €8,400 ($9,873) net salary and €4,000 allowances.

The practice of legislators having a second job has been dubbed “moonlighting” which TI says has the potential for negative…



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