One question: will these whistleblowers have to report breaches of EU sanctions from outside the country of the whistleblower, in order to be protected (as is the case for whistleblowers reporting breaches of the law within companies)?
Because the great specialty (of the 10% of whistleblowers who decide to do so) is to launch a procedure from the UK, because it costs a fortune to follow a trial there, which is one of the goals of the procedure: to ruin the whistleblower.
So if the EU recognises the benefit of whistleblowers, why not treat them all equally? Why not protect them regardless of the country from which they are blowing the whistle?
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