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عدد مرات القراءة 17992006-02-20

GREEN MEP LAUNCHES EUROPEAN YEAR OF WORKERS MOBILITY

Vice Chair of the Green Group in the European Parliament, Jean Lambert
MEP has called for action to remove the restrictions on free movement
currently in place across new Member States as she launches the European
Year of Workers’ Mobility.

The free movement of persons is one of the four fundamental freedoms of
the EU and is an essential element for EU citizens, but the transitional
period, affecting new Member States for seven years, means that the
community law relating to the free movement of workers does not fully
apply.

Jean, who sits on the Employment and Social Affairs Committee and is
London’s Green MEP, today demanded that the restrictions are not
prolonged; “Every citizen of the EU has a right to work and live in
another member state without being discriminated against because of
their nationality. The EU has a commitment to mobility but is continuing
to make it difficult for New Member States to fully integrate with the
rest of Europe.

“We have agreed a treaty and the new states joined the EU in agreement
to this with the understanding they would be granted freedom of
movement, but it is simply not being followed through. People have been
left angry in bewilderment that their skills are not wanted or that they
are not granted equal access to the EU.

“Maintaining the transitional period would leave a lot of unanswered
questions for those who are trying to be Europeans in the labour market
and for those embracing mobility. Recent evidence clearly demonstrates
that labour migration from the New Member States has not increased
significantly and the Year of Workers’ Mobility is a perfect opportunity
for the transitional period to be lifted.”

Jean Lambert today took part in the conference discussion on ‘Free
Movement and the function of transitional measures’ chaired by
Commissioner Vladimir Spidla, with representatives from UNICE, ETUC and
ECAS.






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