The European Union has wrapped up three investigations into a British judge and the chairman of the EULEX judicial council from 2014 to 2018, Malcolm Simmons, but will not make public the conclusions of the probes, KoSSev portal reports.
The EU spokesperson confirmed yesterday that the disciplinary board had finalized three investigations into Simmons, Beta reported, citing the Associated Press. They would not comment on the board’s conclusions or detail the allegations. The spokesperson refused to be identified, citing the sensitivity of the investigations.
On the other hand, Judge Malcolm Simons said that the investigations to which he was subjected were revenge for his accusations against the EU.