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Parliamentary question - E-001369/2018Parliamentary question

Brexit and the protection of all citizens' rights under EC law

Question for written answer E-001369-18
to the Commission
Rule 130
Julie Ward (S&D)

In May 2017, the Commission committed in its ‘Essential Principles on Citizens’ Rights’ to ensuring that the rights set out in the Withdrawal Agreement concerning the UK would provide the ‘same level of protection as set out in Union law at the date of withdrawal of EU-27 citizens’.

On 8 December 2017, the Commission and the UK published their Joint Report containing a detailed consensus on citizens’ rights.

Despite the Commission’s assurances, it has become clear that this Joint Report does not fully cover the entire spectrum of rights which all EU citizens and family members presently enjoy under EC law.

Could the Commission please confirm whether the Brexit negotiations:

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