He questioned the right to freely choose where to live and work in the EU.
Vice-Chancellor of Austria Heinz-Christian strache has questioned the right to freely choose where to live and work within the EU, which is considered the cornerstone of the rights of the unit. This writes Spiegel.
“We should openly discuss that it’s not good for a European development that the whole intelligent, well-educated Eastern European potential attracts Western Europe”, – said in Vienna the leader of the far-right freedom Party (FPO), calling for reform of the European Union.
According to him, the freedom of movement of people has negative consequences and leads, for example, to “financial repression” in the labor market.
Thus, there are people “who are well qualified and earn a lot, and that pushed unemployment, substituting cheaper labor,” said strache.
After the migration crisis of 2015 Austria received more than 150 thousand applications for asylum – almost 2% of the total population.
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