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EU BYTES


EU Bytes


Former Executive Director of the European Casino Association and current Managing Director of Time & Place Consulting, Glenn Cezanne provides the latest info on what’s trending and what’s coming down the pipeline in Brussels and around the EU.


Glenn Cezanne


N 30 MARCH 2019


o, this is not the edition either where I will be talking to you about European elections. There are still many dossiers floating around and people are itching to get things done before the last Parliamentary session in Strasbourg in April.


Not least having the preparatory measures in place for a no-deal Brexit. 29th of March…this month. It is becoming more and


more surreal to imagine the hard borders. My Irish friends are asking me about whether the prospect of a hard border on the island of Ireland outweighs the other EU member states’ interests for economic and defence benefits. The question scares me. The idea that Ireland and the Good Friday Agreement could be dispensable is for me


inconceivable. For the moment, my role as a consultant for business in Brexit matters lets me closely enjoy the unity I see amongst the EU-27 governments, even though rifts have always existed on many matters. Let’s hope they don’t spill over.


But things are rotten beyond the North-West of the EU. No, I won’t look at Denmark dear Shakespearean friends, but rather towards the South. Today, a bit about Malta.


Gambling, money laundering and Malta


Where would a story of money laundering, crime and the death of a journalist be without fingers pointing at the gambling sector. No, this is not a film, and as most if not all of you know, there is a strong reputational issue that the


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