Both Bulgarians and Romanians together with citizens of non EU member states are required to leave the Netherlands if they do not have a working place, local newspapers read, quoted by Sofia Echo in her website.

A Parliament majority in the Netherlands urged the executive, on Tuesday to adopt the necessary legal measures. Romanians and Bulgarians currently need a working permit to be able to work in Netherlands, Mediafax informs.

At the end of November, the Dutch Parliament decided to extend until the end of 2011 the restrictions for Romanians and Bulgarians. Plus, the Parliament announced that it plans to restrict the rights of workers coming from the two countries for social services.