21st Oct 2016


Schulz forgoes €304 daily allowance for 37 days

European Parliament president Martin Schulz renounced his €304 daily allowance on 17 April as he campaigns for the top job at the European Commission, reports AFP. The per diem covers food and hotel costs. The allowance will start again on 25 May on the last day of parliament voting.

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