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Opinion of Germany on the Single Permit Proposal 1

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Abstract The development of EU measures regarding access to employment and Germany’s general attitude to these measures (reluctance) are described briefly. This article mainly concerns Germany’s objections (and the objections of other Member States) to the proposal by the Commission of the Single Permit Directive, which was changed several times during the negotiations. Germany (together with other Member States) managed to downgrade the Directive, in particular with regard to the equality rights of TCNs. The conclusion describes that there are only a few rules that are mandatory, much is left to national legislation. The conclusion mentions further that there is a gap between the rights of EU citizens and TCNs; it refers briefly to the future transposition of the Directive which will mean amending national law.

Affiliations: 1: Centre for Migration Law, Radboud University Nijmegen The Netherlands


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