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"Madam President, when regulated correctly, migration assists a nation’s economic standing. When there is no proper control, many question the sustainability of a system that effectively hinders the low-paid through the suppression of wages in the unskilled labour market. The 2004 enlargement of the European Union was that catalyst. Honesty must now prevail. Free movement has proved to be a failure for many, with the blame falling firmly at the feet of those still trying to enforce this ideal. Moving onto this report, it condemns the restrictions and prohibitions on persons leaving or returning that are imposed in certain states – even if that person is a jihadist returning from Syria. Seriously? In addition, it calls on national governments and parliaments to abolish punitive legal frameworks that treat migration as an offence. Madam President, it must be for national governments to have the right to put their own migration policies in place, not the European Union."@en1
substitute; Committee of Inquiry to investigate alleged contraventions and maladministration in the application of Union law in relation to money laundering, tax avoidance and tax evasion (2016-06-24--2017-12-13)3
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