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Parliamentary questions
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4 June 2013
Question for written answer E-006353-13
to the Commission
Rule 117
David Casa (PPE)

 Subject:  Free movement of workers within the EU
 Answer in writing 

The Commission has proposed certain measures that would provide EU workers with greater freedom to move, based on the Commission report entitled ‘Internal Market: Awareness, Perceptions, and Impacts’. One of the proposed measures is to create channels for EU employers and workers which would provide them with information, assistance, and advice about their rights. In many instances, EU citizens are unaware of how to access information relating to the protection of their rights.

How does the Commission propose to implement this initiative?

What is the foreseen timescale for the implementation of this initiative?

How does the Commission envisage the harmonious implementation of the proposed measures, particularly in relation to Member States which are reluctant to allow EU workers from other Member States enter their labour markets?

 OJ C 46 E, 18/02/2014
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