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Letland wordt lid van OECD Anti-Bribery Convention

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“Joining the Convention will enable Latvia to play a more active role in global efforts to tackle bribery and corruption,” said OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría. “It also marks an important step in strengthening Latvia’s ties with the OECD in the current accession process to our Organisation.” The OECD invited Latvia to join the OECD Working Group on Bribery in September 2013 and to take the necessary steps to become a Party to the Convention. This follows the opening of talks in May 2013 for Latvia to become an OECD member. Latvia wil... Lees Meer »

Nederland waarschuwt voor ‘code oranje’ bij arbeidsmigratie

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"In the Netherlands, a 'Code Orange' is issued as the water in the rivers reach an alarmingly high level. It is now time for a similar alarm, namely about the sometimes negative consequences of the free movement of persons within the EU," Asscher wrote in an op-ed for De Volkskrant newspaper on Saturday (17 August). Labour migration from Romania and Bulgaria has become a hot topic in Britain, Netherlands and Germany before the last remaining labour market restrictions will be lifted on 1 January. Co-signed with David Goodhart, a British c... Lees Meer »

Kroatië 28e lidstaat EU

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"This will change the life of this nation for good. I welcome you wholeheartedly," said EU council president Herman Van Rompuy."Welcome to the European Union!" said EU commission president Jose Manuel Barroso. Croatia is the first country to join the EU since 2007, when Bulgaria and Romania came on board, and only the second of the seven ex-Yugoslav states after Slovenia was part of the big bang eastward enlargement in 2004. The path to join has been more exacting, with the EU having learnt that once countries join the bloc they lose momentu... Lees Meer »

Nederlands onderzoek: criminelen profiteren van vrijheid van reizen in EU

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Under the rules of the so-called Schengen Area, which covers all EU countries except Bulgaria, Cyprus, Ireland, Romania and the UK, people still have to carry some form of ID and national police can still do spot-checks, so long as the European Commission does not think they amount to systematic border control. For their part, Dutch police regularly go on buses or trains crossing the Belgian and German borders to demand papers, in a practice which surprises some travellers who thought they were in a borderless zone. From last August, Dutch p... Lees Meer »

Bulgaren en Roemenen mogen nog niet vrij reizen in EU

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“I think it is clear that there will not be a vote or a decision at tomorrow’s council meeting,” said a EU presidency source on Wednesday. Both countries fulfilled the technical requirements in 2011 to allow their citizens to join the 22 other passport free EU countries as well as Norway, Iceland, Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The European Parliament adopted a resolution in June 2011 stating that Bulgaria and Romania are ready to join. The resolution urged member states to enlarge the Schengen area based solely on the technical merits. A un... Lees Meer »

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