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Pfizer, The EU, And Disappearing Ink

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It’s as if Pfizer’s massive COVID-19 vaccine deal with the European Commission were written with disappearing ink: the more time passes, the more details seem to vanish.


Pfizer’s multibillion-euro COVID-19 vaccine contract with the European Commission – Europe’s executive body – is shrouded in secrecy. A particularly controversial aspect of the deal is that while it was being negotiated, Commission president Ursula von der Leyen reportedly exchanged personal text messages with Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla. The contents of these messages remain a mystery, however.

Not only has the European Public Prosecutor’s Office opened an investigation into the vaccine purchases, the European Ombudsman has charged the Commission with maladministration for failing to search for von der Leyen’s text messages when requested. The European Court of Auditors has similarly accused the Commission of refusing to release details of how the vaccine deal was negotiated.

Notably, therefore – seemingly in a desperate attempt to prevent the facts from emerging – the top ranks of the European Parliament have blocked a public cross-examination of von der Leyen over her role in the deal. Any questioning that does take place will now be conducted behind closed doors.

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