Three France-based members of a European Parliament have tabled a suit for a fortitude job “stricter controls over all practical currency” such as Bitcoin. The contingent have even asked to “prohibit” practical banking exchanges exchange altogether which, in essence, is seeking for a anathema of all such transactions.
Three members of European Parliament, all French nationals, have tabled a suit for a fortitude on “controlling practical currencies such as a ‘bitcoin’”. The motion was tabled on Nov 25th, 2015.
The members bring Rule 133 of a European Parliament’s Rules of Procedure wherein a suit of 200 difference or underneath can be tabled by any member of a Parliament for “a fortitude on a matter descending within a spheres of activity of a European Union.”
The 3 members of Parliament are:
- Sophie Montel, a member during a Committee on Budgets and elsewhere.
- Florian Philippot, a member of dual committees, namely a Internal Market and Consumer Protection Constitutional Affairs.
- Dominique Bilde, a member on a Committee on Culture and Education and Education and elsewhere.
The tabled motion is as follows:
The European Parliament,
– carrying courtesy to Rule 133 of the Rules of Procedure,