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Spain wants to remove the moratorium on Romanians and Bulgarians

Submitted on Saturday, 13 December 2008No Comment
Spain wants to remove the moratorium on Romanians and Bulgarians

The Spanish minister of labour and immigration Celestino Korbacho wants to remove the moratorium on the Romanian and Bulgarian citizens because, according to him, it is not an effective measure.

Next week the minister of foreign relations will inform the government for the pros and cons of the eventual removal of the moratorium.

Representatives of the National party say that the moratorium on Romanian and Bulgarian citizens is not effective and leads to financial losses for 180 million euro. The speaker of the National party on the topics of immigrtion said that the moratorium that puts a grinding halt to the labour market for Romanian and Bulgarian citizens brought nothing good to Spain.

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