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Wednesday, 12 June 2013 - Strasbourg Revised edition

Preparations for the European Council meeting (27-28 June 2013) (debate)

  Lívia Járóka (PPE), in writing. – One of the most definitive issues challenging the future of the European Union is the life prospects of the marginalised millions in our Union, among them the 10 million Roma. The stumbling of the world economy and the debt crisis strangling our Union have accelerated those harmful tendencies, due to which fewer and fewer people are able to maintain a proper standard of living and, for more and more European citizens, even everyday subsistence represents an insoluble challenge. We must not leave our most vulnerable citizens unprotected and we must not underestimate the crucial importance of social inclusion for retaining and developing the European economy. Boosting employment and social inclusion must therefore remain a priority and Member States must step up their efforts to tackle the social consequences of the crisis and to fight poverty and social exclusion.

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