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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> Green Euro MP Warns Services....
عدد مرات القراءة 18972006-02-13

13th February 2006

GREEN EURO MP WARNS SERVICES DIRECTIVE PUTS PUBLIC SERVICES AT RISK

As Euro MPs prepare to vote on the controversial services directive,
injecting competition into the European Union’s services market, on
Thursday, the Vice President of the Green Group in the European
Parliament, Jean Lambert MEP, has warned that unless fundamental changes
are made, the Services Directive will destroy universal public services
already established across Europe.

Jean Lambert, UK Green / EFA coordinator on the employment and social
affairs committee, has urged the European Parliament to support the
amendments put forward by the Greens. Jean said; “The Commission’s
proposal for the Services Directive is currently so flawed that it
creates more questions than it answers.

“It is vital that we reduce the scope of the directive to only include
commercial services and reduce the threat to public services. The
directive must be clear about what it does and doesn’t cover. Health is
not a commercial service to be traded across borders like kitchen sinks
and we must be assured that this, along with other public services, are
explicitly excluded. People have fought hard to establish universal
public services in Europe and we don’t want to see them chipped away –
especially by a directive that we have been told has no such intention.”

Although the Greens are not wholly opposed to a European regulation for
services there is grave concern that removing national regulations,
without prior harmonisation, is inappropriate and with many aspects of
the Directive in tension with existing legislation, will simply lead to
greater uncertainty and an incoherent legislation.

Jean Lambert continued; “The Directive offers the Country of Origin
Principle as a solution to service barriers but this principle will
confuse and endanger consumers. We ought to have confidence in the
standards of each EU country but in reality we don’t yet. Without its
removal, consumers face the distinct possibility of having to learn the
rules and regulations of 25 member states.”

The Green’s are keen to protect those services of general and economic
interest, including education, health and water and waste management
from liberalisation through a good Services Directive that provides
equal access, conditions and protection for all service providers and
users. As yet though, the proposed directive is not acceptable.






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