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Romania & the EU: qualitative data • pro-EU position – – – –

open borders, free travel, especially compared to the Communist period employment in the EU, especially since jobs are lacking at home financial support from family members employed in the EU somewhat lacking enthusiasm

• Eurosceptic position – sovereign argument – economic argument: de-industrialization, lack of jobs linked with the EU – low absorption of post-accession funds leads to perception that there was no will for the EU to give support to a peripheral country • Romania’s EU membership is rather not regarded as an accomplishment, but rather as a given fact, something that would have happened anyway

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Changing the Future of Healthcare in Europe  
Changing the Future of Healthcare in Europe  

Study led by Fundația Stânga Democratică, the Foundation for European Progressive Studies and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Romania >>> A Leap Fo...

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