Why illegal economy, crime and rule-of-law adrift matter. A Trade Union perspective in the European Semester.
Serious and organised crime deeply affects all layers of society; in addition to the direct impact on the daily lives of EU citizens, it also undermines the economy, state institutions and the rule of law. In an EU perspective, internal and external risks are more and more mixed. The biggest threads that we could find are terrorism, organised crime, corruption or environmental crimes; Mr. Fassoulas with his dissertation outlines some of the European policies that some countries are implementing by NRRPs and highlight the importance of TU action on mainstreaming legality and rule of law, keeping attention always high in ensuring that EU Semester and National Plans address all forms of criminal activities, denouncing its effects and spreading the culture of legality with a cross-border project.
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