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Romania to lobby labour restrictions lifted for its citizens in UK
12.10.2012, 13:53 | HR Careers Education | 1095 views

Speaker of Chamber of Deputies Valeriu Zgonea said on Thursday that Romania’s representatives make lobby in the UK so as to persuade the British leaders and MPs to lift the labour restrictions for Romanians by the end of next year at the latest.

“We are striving at the moment to make a consistent lobby around the leaders of the UK and its MPs to accept the lift of labour restrictions for Romanian citizens. That means we want to persuade both Spain and the UK this year and next year to lift the restrictions. This is a positive signal regarding our commitment, and the British told us they are considering this matter, and that there is pressure in the UK regarding recession,” said Zgonea during the conference “Modern slavery, the impact of human trafficking for labour exploitation in Europe,” and event held by the Embassy of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in Bucharest and the International Organisation for Migration, the Mission in Romania.


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