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Ladislav Kudlacek
Education project manager (Czech Republic)

Political Scientist and Economist. I worked for human rights and humanitarian NGO in India and for international NGO People in Need based in the Czech Republic as a Programme Manager for Afghanistan. In present time I work as an Education Manager. I studied Economics in Tomas Bata University and Political Science in Masaryk University in the Czech Republic and in the University of Delhi in India and Humanitarian and International Law in Helsinki University in Finland.


The Europeans rights for people with money – not for Gypsies

Published 22nd August 2010 - 1 comments - 1629 views -

The Europeans rights for people with money – not for Gypsies

In an interview with Corriere della Sera published Saturday, Italy's interior minister Roberto Maroni said he would like to be able to expel all EU citizens who do not meet minimum requirements such as income and housing. He noted many Roma are actually EU citizens who do not meet these requirements.

This is the crisis for European fundamental right – free of movement. Is this right only for people with money and the ordinary standard of European life? New member state have been criticised  for the life situation of their Roma people. It is true that they should be. However, the older members of EU have not offer any help or solution for them. The actions of Paris government cannot find the solution.

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  • Luan Galani on 24th August 2010:

    Speechless…a crisis underway in Europe, indeed.

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