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Parliamentary questions
19 December 2013
E-014361-13
Question for written answer
to the Commission
Rule 117
Petru Constantin Luhan (PPE)

 Subject:  Discrimination against Romanians in the UK
 Answer(s) 

With labour market restrictions on Romanians about to be lifted shortly in the UK, the British press and politicians have launched an aggressive campaign against Romanians. Both Romanian workers and students alike are being discriminated against and marginalised by scaremongering political statements about an alleged invasion aimed at obtaining social welfare.

Can the Commission clarify what measures it is going to take to halt this discrimination against Romanians in the UK, as well as to stop the long-term impact of anti-Romanian discrimination?

Original language of question: ROOJ C 275, 21/08/2014
Last updated: 16 January 2014Legal notice