WIKILEAKS ISSUES €100,000 BOUNTY For LEAKED TTIP, TPP DOCUMENTS

Julian Assange’s Wikileaks organisation has issued a whopping €100,000 bounty for the release of the secretive Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) documents, with a further €100,000 aimed at securing the release of the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal.

The deals – billed as “free trade” agreements by the political establishments of Europe and the United States, but derided as “corporatist stitch-ups” by both the populist left and right across the two continents – have attracted attention because of the clandestine way in which they are being hurried through legislatures and bureaucracies.

As yet, the full details of the deals are yet to be revealed, with European Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom blaming the U.S. government for the secrecy.
Read more at http://investmentwatchblog.com/wikileaks-issues-e100000-bounty-for-leaked-ttip-tpp-documents/#AI0LchrkAsfRAF6S.99

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