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Susan Kyle
Sat, 11/10/2018 - 12:42

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Although systematically undermined, collective social rights are not even mentioned in the EPSR. To a Greek worker this can only appear to be cynical. It would already be an improvement if the EU’s ‘social acquis’ were respected. This would mean an end to illegitimate interferences in national social policy and collective bargaining that have disastrous effects on social rights. The EPSR certainly does not deserve a ‘social triple A’. https://pianopenguin.net/

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