Corruption

12Mar 2017
Kazakhgate, Patokh Chodiev, Nicolas Sarkozy, Nursultan Nazarbayev, Eurocoper, EADS, Société Générale, France, Bruxelles

Kazakhgate is the name of a widespread story in the Belgian media, according to which a change in the Belgian Code of Criminal Procedure happened because of some negotiations between the former French President Nicolas Sarkozy and his counterpart in Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev. More specifically, Nazarbayev agreed to buy some 40 helicopters from France only… Continue reading

03Mar 2017
Antwerp World Diamond Centre , Servais Verherstraeten, Axel Haelterman, Raf Verstraeten, Catherine Degoul, Patokh Chodiev, diamonds, Kazakhgate

On 14 April 2011, the Belgian Parliament voted a law that amended the Code of Criminal Procedure. According to the law, it became possible as from 16 May 2011 to enter into transactions with the Public Prosecutor to terminate the public prosecution of offences at all the stages of a criminal procedure. The project of… Continue reading

26Jan 2017

OSI has documentary evidence that Serbian President Tomislav Nikolić has paid William Montgomery 7,500 euros per hour. Montgomery is a former US Ambassador to Serbia. Nikolić’s rhetoric about the US is hypocritical. We can also exclusively reveal that from 2010 to 2012 Nikolić gave Montgomery tens of thousands of euros to have “sporadic conversations”.  … Continue reading