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Spain: Opposition demands restrictions for Romanians be waived

de A.C.
Marţi, 15 iulie 2008, 9:01 English | Regional Europe

The main Opposition party in Spain, the Popular Party announced that it planned to demand that restrictions for Romanian and Bulgarian workers be waived. An agreement was signed between the Popular Party and the Romanian communities in Spain to propose a draft law to suspend the current requirements, a press release of the Romanian Associations in Spain inform. 

After Romania joined the Union, Spain imposed a law according to which Romanians who fail to receive a working permit before January 2007 will not be able to receive the working permit in Spain until January 2009.

The law should be suspended by January 2009 but the Spanish government will postpone the date sources within the administration imply. Currently, this law affects some 450,000 Romanian and most of them work illegally because they cannot obtain the working permit.

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