The European Parliament's Committee on money laundering, tax avoidance and tax evasion (PANA) has updated the latest responses obtained from Member States on national definition, practices and methods related to tax evasion, tax avoidance and money laundering. The Parliament obtained 27 responses, awaiting the last reply from Malta.
During the PANA meeting held on February 9, PANA requested Member States to provide their national legal definition(s) of tax-related crimes, information on the organization of tasks between the national administrations and the judiciary and information about staff resources, working methods and results achieved to date.
Currently, only Malta is awaited to provide insights to the PANA committee on its anti-tax avoidance practices. EU aims to use the responses for compiling a retrospective overview of the systems implemented by the Member States.
"The main output of Committees work will be a Report, based on which the European Parliament will adopt a Resolution sending a clear political signal to the European Commission and to the Council," the request letter from PANA Committee Chairman stated.
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