When competitiveness undermines cohesion: employment and social welfare in the spectrum of the Agenda 2020

When the goal of competitiveness, as put it on the EU Agenda 2020 is central and supplants the need for employment and social welfare, there are prospects for European society and job creation; This question is addressed on the agenda of the MEP SYRIZA, Ms K. Kuneva as coordinator in session conducted by political group in the European Parliament, GUE / NGL in central hotel in Athens. This question called to respond, firstly, the two main speakers, the Greek Deputy Minister of Labour, Social Security and Welfare, Ms. Rania Antonopoulou and MEP of GUE/NGL Rina Kari, ...

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