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"I liked your point about it being a question of principle and of dignity that if a dictatorship collapses, then the assets of the dictator should be frozen by the European Union, the European Community, and then released and returned to the new democracies. Sorry for my ignorance, but could you please enlighten me as to whether it was the same in the case of the collapse of Communist dictatorships in Europe and, if not, why not? Because the only thing I see is that the successors of those Communist dictators still sit on that side of the chamber and cooperate very well. They were actually helped and supported in stealing the money of those nations, so what was the exact situation in terms of the former Communist countries in this context?"@hu2
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