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  • Moroccans bought visas in France for 8,000 euros

    The illegal immigration network between Morocco and Europe was removed by border police in Corsica, France. Several people were arrested, including some who were able to obtain genuine residence permits against 8,000 euros.

    A real network of counterfeits has now been removed in France. They succeeded in setting up an illegal immigration network between Morocco and Europe. Pot oaks roses found by border police in Corsica were able to catch many, including some who had genuine residence permits obtained against 8,000 euros.

    The network was removed from an illegal immigrant arrested in Corsica. Investigators saidAFP Stumbled upon an operating system unknown to the police. This is how they hit the heads of the Moroccan network Bloody, Allowed to find their mode of operation.

  • Morocco : French consul in Tangier commits suicide

    Denis Francois

    Terrible drame au port de Tanger ville

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    The newly appointed French consul in Tangier was found dead, Thursday, in his house. Denis Francois, appointed on September 15 by a decree of President Emmanuel Macron, is believed to have committed suicide, Le360 reported Thursday.

    According to the same source, the diplomat would have «hanged himself in his room», at around 7 am this morning. Denis Francois joined the French consulate in Tangier in October. Before replacing former French consul to Tangier Thierry Vallat, Francois worked as an adviser at the French Foreign Affairs Ministry.

  • NWC National Whistelblower Center writes to the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic Kulhánek

    Kulhanek JakubJune 16, 2021, Hon. Jakub Kulhánek, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Černín Palace, Loretánské náměstí 5, 118 00 Prague 1

    RE: Retaliation against whistleblower Jana Chaloupková

     

    Dear Hon. Minister Kulhánek:

    We are writing from Whistleblowing International and National Whistleblower Center (NWC) to express our deep concern regarding the treatment of Jana Chaloupková, a career-long diplomat who has served in the Ministry for 28 years.

    Whistleblowing International, based in Berlin, is the only independent civil society organization that supports and defends whistleblowers worldwide, investigates corruption cases, advocates for stronger whistleblower rights, and works to hold criminals to account. Its leadership is a long-standing advisor to the EU, UNODC, OECD, Council of Europe, and public officials and agencies in Europe and elsewhere.

    National Whistleblower Center, based in Washington, D.C., is the leading non-partisan nonprofit organization in the field of whistleblower law and rights. The Center’s leadership has litigated cases on behalf of whistleblowers both U.S. and beyond, including obtaining the largem reward ever paid to an individual whistleblower. NWC has been advocating for whistleblowers around the world since 1984. NWC rarely issues letters on behalf of individual whistleblowers but Ms. Chaloupková’s case is particularly concerning given her status as a diplomat and the implications retaliation against her may have for potential whistleblowers everywhere.

  • Personnel policy at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic is collapsing more and more visibly and frighteningly

    MZV CR logo EUpdated 8.8.2023: 

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    ... A diplomat with decades of experience and an excellent evaluation of her work not only did not return to her post in Morocco, but despite her participation in hundreds of competitions, the Foreign Ministry says no other placement was found and her service was terminated for that reason....

    Above all, Dr. Chaloupková acted in accordance with the law, did not follow the illegal instructions of Ambassador Lorence, worked in accordance with the regulations of the Czech Republic and the EU. For this she lost her job, is now without income. The MFA should support such people, not destroy them. This is absurd!

  • Response of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic to my request for information on the matter of criminal affairs in Czech diplomacy!

    Stasek a KongoWhoever dares to raise this topic has a great chance to succeed in the presidential elections!

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    I wrote to the Czech Foreign Minister Jan Lipavský on 15.8.2022. I received a reply from the Director of Communications of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, PhDr. Jan Marian, on 2.9.2022.

    When I personally informed Senate President Miloš Vystrčil about the matter before his departure to Taiwan, he replied, "Zeman is behind this, yet the train is not running."I recently contacted him again about the matter during the unveiling of the Third Resistance Memorials in Lošany. His response, "Then write about it."...

  • The Czech Republic must take significant steps to enforce its foreign bribery laws, but demonstrates commitment to improve

    22/06/2017 – The Czech Republic must strengthen its efforts to detect, investigate and prosecute foreign bribery.  Seventeen years after ratifying the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention, the Czech Republic has yet to prosecute a case involving the bribery of foreign public officials. This is a cause for concern, especially considering the export-oriented nature of the Czech economy, which includes high-risk sectors for bribery including machinery and defence materials. A new OECD report therefore focuses on identifying solutions to meet these challenges.

    The Working Group on Bribery has just completed its Phase 4 evaluation on the Czech Republic’s implementation of the Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions and related instruments. The report highlights the Czech Republic’s strong determination to improve its system for combating foreign bribery. It also identifies several law enforcement practices or tools employed by the Czech Republic that could potentially increase foreign bribery enforcement, including: detecting allegations through foreign requests for legal assistance, the use of non-financial forms of evidence, joint investigative teams with foreign authorities, and central registries for bank accounts and beneficial ownership information.  The report also makes recommendations to:

  • The Director General of the Organization of the Islamic World for Education, Sciences and Culture (ISESCO), Salem Ben Mohamed El Malek, received the keys to the portals of the Kasbah des Oudayas on Wednesday in Rabat.

    ISESCO DG and the keysThis event is part of the preparation of the declaration of Rabat, Islamic cultural capital.

    At the head of the ISESCO delegation, Mr. El Malek welcomed, on the occasion, the commitment of His Majesty King Mohammed VI in favor of the protection of the cultural heritage and historical monuments of the Kingdom. 

    In a statement to the M24 news channel, the Director General of ISESCO highlighted the symbolism of the heritage of the Kasbah des Oudayas, recalling that Rabat was inscribed in 2012 by the United Nations Organization for the ‘education, science and culture (UNESCO) on the World Heritage List, and in 2019 on the Islamic World Heritage List, during the 11th Congress of Ministers of Culture held in Tunis at the initiative of ISESCO .

  • The PEGASUS case: a security conference in Prague is sponsored by the maker of spying software

    PEGASUSISS World terminy 2021 20228 DECEMBER, 2021

    The ISS World Europe Europe security conference is currently underway in Prague, presenting "methodologies and tools for law enforcement, public safety, government and private sector intelligence communities to combat drug trafficking, cyber money laundering, human trafficking or terrorism." The main sponsor is the controversial Israeli firm NSO Group, responsible for the Pegasus spying software used by authoritarian governments to eavesdrop on journalists, political opponents, activists and even the civilian parents of the 50 murdered Mexican students. Investigation.cz reporters were denied access to the conference after the Pegasus case was published.

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    Crime prediction software

    PEGASUS SoftwareEverything you post on Facebook, who you interact with most often on social media, or who you follow on Instagram can help police determine whether you have committed or are planning to commit a crime. This is made possible by technologies that analyse social media data to solve and predict crimes. But it raises questions about privacy and ethical breaches among experts and the public. Moreover, technology can very easily label anyone as an extremist. Voyager's software is one such technology. Minority Report Voyager Labs collects information... Continue reading

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    The sponsorship of a security conference by NSO Group, the scandalous maker of the Pegasus eavesdropping software, is surprising. Journalists associated with the Pegasus project, coordinated by the French organization Forbidden Stories, of which investigace.cz was a member, exposed the massive abuse of Pegasus software, developed by the Israeli company NSO Group, in a series of articles this summer. The system was aimed at eavesdropping on people who had nothing to do with terrorism, organized crime or money laundering. On the contrary, often, as in the case in Mexico, the people being spied on were themselves victims of the drug mafias.

  • Travellers Share Most “Nonsense” Reasons They Have Received for Their Rejected Schengen Visa Application

    Passports with a Schengen visaAfter almost two years of closed borders, travellers are now more invested than ever to travel, experience new places, and realize the travel plans that they had put on hold for such a long time, SchengenVisaInfo.com reports.

    Travellers to the 26 Schengen Area countries who need a Schengen visa to be eligible to enter, however, day by day, are more likely to face another hassle, that of having their visa application rejected. In 2021 the rejection rate of Schengen visa applications worldwide reached its peak, with 13.4 per cent out of the total number of travellers receiving a negative response in their application.

    According to Schengen Visa Info, there are 12 reasons for which visa applications are rejected most frequently, including here a criminal past of the applicant, a damaged passport, the invalidity of one of the documents submitted, and insufficient financial means to support travel, etc.

    Morocco is also among the countries that have experienced a steep increase in the number of rejected visas year by year, from 15.3 per cent of applications being rejected in 2017 to 18 per cent in 2018, 20.5 per cent in 2019, 23.6 per cent in 2020, and as many as 27.6 per cent in 2021. Full Artycle>

  • Un Marocain interpellé à Barcelone pour appel au Djihad

    Un homme d’origine marocaine a été interpellé à Barcelone après avoir diffusé sur les réseaux sociaux des publications justifiant le meurtre de l’enseignant français Samuel Paty.

    Les forces de l’ordre catalanes Mossos de Escuadra ont annoncé l’interpellation d’un homme d’origine marocaine pour apologie du terrorisme et appels à commettre de nouveaux attentats.

    Selon leurs informations, L’intéressé a posté sur les réseaux sociaux des publications justifiant le meurtre de l’enseignant français Samuel Paty, appelant à perpétrer d’autres «actes de vengeance» à l’encontre de ceux qui «ne font pas preuve d’assez de respect pour le prophète Mahomet», précisent les sécuritaires espagnols. Le prévenu diffusait des appels à mener le djihad pour «défendre le Prophète» ainsi que «proclamer un califat mondial».

  • Une filière d’immigration clandestine entre le Maroc et l’Europe démantelée

    En mettant sur écoute les têtes du réseau marocaines, des enquêteurs corses ont découvert que des ressortissants marocains profitaient d’un vrai visa chinois ou thaïlandais contre 8 000 euros en espèces.

    Elle a permis à presque 200 personnes de se rendre en Europe. Une importante filière d’immigration clandestine a été démantelée après trois ans d’enquête de la police aux frontières corse, selon une source policière, lundi 20 septembre. « On est partis d’un clandestin interpellé en Corse, puis en tirant le fil on est tombés sur une filière au mode opératoire encore jamais mis au jour », a expliqué cette source.

    En mettant sur écoute les têtes du réseau marocaines, les enquêteurs de l’île ont découvert que des ressortissants marocains faisaient apposer sur leur passeport un vrai visa chinois ou thaïlandais contre 8 000 euros en espèces.