venerdì 14 luglio 2017

"There is no cherry-picking on Brexit" | European Economic and Social Committee

(...) But there was also one certainty, he said, namely that the UK would become a third country, and this would entail three main consequences:
  1. The basic freedoms - free movement of people, goods and capital – are indivisible;
  2. There is no option for a sector by sector participation in the Single Market; and
  3. The EU will keep its own independence in setting economic and social rules and standards that all 3rd parties must respect.(...)


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