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The European Commission has been spurred into action and published proposals on a so- called “European Pillar of Social Rights”, as well as a discussion piece on possible scenarios for the EU’s future. These are laudable attempts to launch a broad and all-encompassing debate oHn where we want this Union to go. The Parliament has followed and engaged in the debate. 

By Agnes Jongerius, Member of the European Parliament 

Incitée à agir, la Commission européenne a publié des propositions sur un soi-disant « Pilier européen des droits sociaux » et un document de discussion sur de possibles scénarios pour l’avenir de l’UE. Des tentatives louables pour lancer un vaste et exhaustif débat sur la voie à suivre pour l’Union. Le Parlement a suivi et participé au débat. 

Par Agnes Jongerius, membre du Parlement européen

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