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FREE MOVEMENT OF PERSONS
(FREEDOM OF ESTABLISHMENT )

CHAPTER I.

FREE MOVEMENT OF PERSONS

Freedom of movement shall entail the abolition of any discrimination based on nationality between workers of Member States as regards employment, remuneration and other conditions.

Article 45.
1. Be secured free movement of workers within the Union. .
2. Freedom of movement shall entail theabolition of any discrimination base don nationality between workers of Member States as regards employment, remuneration and other conditions.
3.Subject to limitations justified on grounds of publi policy, public health and safety, freedom of momevemnt for workers shall entail the right:
a. To accept ofers of employment actually made;

b. to move freely for this purpose in the territoryof the Member States; 

c. reside in one of the Member States in order to carry on employment, in accordance with the laws, regulations governing the employment of local workers; 

d. remain in the territory of a Member State after having been employed there, as provided in regulations established by the Commission. 

4. The provisions of this Article shall not apply to employment inpublic administration. 



Article 46.
European Parliament and the Council under the ordinary legislative procedure and after consulting the Economic and Social Committee, issue directives or regulations, the necessary measures to enforce the free movement of workers, as defined in article 45, in particular:
a. ensuring close cooperation between national employment services;

b.abolishing those administrative procedures and practices and the terms of access toavailable employment, whether resulting from national legislation or from agreementspreviously concluded between Member States, which would form an obstacle to theliberalization of the movement of workers;

c. eliminating all limits and other restrictions provided for in nationallegislation oragreements previously concluded between Member States as impose on workers ofother Member States conditions than those imposed on workers of the free choice ofemployment ;

d. establishing appropriate mechanisms for linking the supply and demand of jobs andfacilitate balance in such a way as to avoid serious threats to the standard of living andemployment in the various regions and industries.

Artículo47.
Member States shall, within the framework of a joint program, the exchange of young workers.
Artículo 48.
The European Parliament and the Council under the ordinary legislative procedure, shall, social security, the measures necessary for the establishment of free movement of workers, creating, in particular, a system to ensure migrant workers for others and self and their dependents: a. the accumulation of all periods taken into consideration by the various national laws to acquire and retain the right to social benefits and to calculate them;

b. the payment of benefits to persons resident in the territories member state
When a member of the Council declares that a draft legislative act referred to in the first subparagraph would affect important aspects of its socialsecurity system, including its scope, cost or financial structure, or affect the financial balance of that system, may request that the matter be referred to the European Council, in which case, the ordinary legislative procedure. After discussion within four months of this suspension, the European Council: 
a. refer the draft to the Council, shall terminate the suspension of the ordinarylegislative procedure, or 

b. no action or request the Commission to submit a new proposal. In this case, the proposed act shall be deemed not adopted.

CHAPTER II.

RIGHT OF ESTABLISHMENT.
Article 49.
Under the following provisions, restrictions on freedom of establishment of nationals of a Member State in the territory of another Member State.
Such prohibition shall also apply to...
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