First vice chairman in Trondheim Young Right, Marie Acts Valland, writing in Dagbladet on Wednesday 2. January that the EEA membership is necessary to ensure the welfare sustainability.Alexander Waterfall Long. Show more
Valland emphasises the importance of trade to argue for their views. But she addresses the not perhaps the most important foundations for the Norwegian welfare state; namely, the organization of the workplace. It is also particularly here the EEA’ central pull challenge democracy our.
With the EEA membership our, we encounter an intricate transnational systems, and basic markedsliberalistisk policy in one package. The free flow in the Eu's internal market is the foundation for the agreement. Through a general dereguleringspress and a lønnskonkurranse the employers win, constitutes a blatant attack on Norwegian wages and working conditions. The authority the AUTHORITY has an opportunity to put EU rules in front of the Norwegian domain name policy.Outdated by reality Debate
The underlying problem is all about democracy. The safety and likhetsprinsippene in the Norwegian labor market is in bad style with the Eu liberaliseringsregime, even if, at the conclusion of the agreement considered this dichotomy as marginal. After 25 years with the agreement, there has not alleged the leeway to opt out from EU directives, shown to be particularly useful. When it is time to ask questions about parts of the agreement.EEA is a abonnementsordning on høyrepolitikk Debate
So is it correct that the Uk is dependent on trade with Europe. To this we have among other things an EFTA agreement that we can build on, as Malland do not mention. But when some of the problems with the EEA-agreement turns out to be so serious, we have to look at the possibilities to further develop our cooperation with Europe past the EEA. We must give a resounding yes to international cooperation, but the democracy of our shall not give way to it.