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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> Green MEPs Warn Services Directive Fails...
عدد مرات القراءة 19422006-02-20

GREEN MEPS WARN SERVICES DIRECTIVE FAILS TO PROTECT PUBLIC SERVICES

The future of public services across the EU has been thrown into doubt
after MEPs in Strasbourg voted to adopt a controversial Services
Directive today.

The directive paves the way for commercial service providers from
flower-arrangers to funeral directors to trade across borders within the
EU – just as the single market legislation already allows for goods.

But the UK’s Green MEPs voted against the proposals, warning they
provided inadequate protection for public services – and could hit
consumers hard.

Speaking after the vote the Vice President of the Green Group in the
European Parliament, Jean Lambert MEP for London, said that the
directive poses more questions than it answers: “This Directive, does
improve a disastrous Commission proposal, but it still lacks clarity.

“The Greens had offered a radical amendment of the legislation to make
sure it could work for small businesses but still offer real protection
of public services, however Parliament has chose a different route. “

“Far too many doors have been left ajar for further liberalisation of
public services and there are no assurances that the deeply
controversial Country of Origin Principle is gone. The end result is a
deal which leaves everyone claiming a victory but with nobody sire of
the impact.”

Caroline Lucas, Green MEP for South-East England, added: “Though the
directive does explicitly exclude health services, it does allow for
international trade in education and social services: these should not
be treated like widgets and washing machines – and we now need a
separate law to protect vulnerable users of these essential services
from the ‘race to the bottom’ in service levels which invariably
accompanies the opening up of new markets.”






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