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WIN [Whistleblowing International Network] calls on PwC to withdraw its complaint against Luxleaks whistleblower
Author: Public Concern at Work, Published on: 25 April 2016
Members of the Whistleblowing International Network, a global coalition of whistleblowing NGOs, call on PricewaterhouseCoopers to withdraw its complaint against Antoine Deltour, the whistleblower at the heart of the Luxleaks scandal...
"Mr Deltour acted in the tradition of public interest whistleblowers. His disclosure is consistent with international principles and standards that inform a growing body of national whistleblowing statutes. There is no evidence to suggest that he acted untruthfully. His disclosures were manifestly in the public interest. He did not seek to profit from his disclosures. Nor did he have reason to believe that, had he used internal channels to make his disclosures, his concerns would occasion remedial action. His prosecution because of your company’s criminal complaint suggests his assessment was accurate."
For the full letter see here.