quinta-feira, 13 de novembro de 2014

TEJ: Stop the ' social ' tourism without violating the right to free movement

Elisabeta damage and son, from 5 years, are Romanians and live in Germany since 2010. The Court found that the young woman, who speaks rudimentary "" German, "not seeking work and entered the country to find work" is therefore not entitled to subsistence allowance â€" assigned, in Germany, who is seeking employment.

In an identical situation is Luminita Caldararu. The family's mother explains that he has to beg to get money to her husband, sick, and four children.

"I have to pay my rent, I have to pay for electricity. And I need some help from the German State, "explains Luminita Caldararu.

The decision of the Court of Luxembourg â€" which may also apply to this Romanian family â€" stipulates that citizens have the right to settle in another Member State, but must not be a burden on the social security scheme of the host country.

The leader of the Conservative Caucus in the European Parliament, Manfred Weber, stating, "it is possible to avoid the ' social ' tourism without violating the right to free movement of its citizens". And he added: This decision "sends a clear message to Member States and to the British Prime Minister, in particular".

David Cameron, in the war against illegal immigration and so-called "social tourism", feels pressured by sovereigntists of UKIP, Nigel Farage, winners of the European elections of last may in the United Kingdom.

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