New York Times sues EU over von der Leyen’s Pfizer texts
Ursula von der Leyen sued by New York Times over refusal to disclose Pfizer boss texts
The European Commission is being sued over its refusal to release text messages between its president and the boss of Pfizer, which manufactured a coronavirus vaccine.
The New York Times sued the European Commission for not revealing messages between von der Leyen and CEO of Pfizer about vaccines
The European Commission did not reveal to the North American newspaper the messages exchanged between President Ursula von der Leyen and the executive director of Pfizer regarding vaccines against Covid-19.
Ursula von der Leyen sued for texts with vaccine manufacturer during coronavirus crisis
The American newspaper The New York Times asks the European judge to force the European Commission to release text messages between committee chairman Ursula von der Leyen and the boss of coronavirus vaccine manufacturer Pfizer. Watchdogs such as the European Ombudsman and the European Court of Auditors previously denounced the secrecy that the commission continues to maintain. The European Parliament is also insisting.