Ladies & Gentlemen,
We are moving towards a more globalized Europe, as you all understand. The same currency, equal rights of new and old member-states, equal passports, and soon enough, equal work rights wherever.
The last of them is being established thanks to the Bolonga proscess, that most countries have agreed with.
It states that all countries should recognize any diploma of other member state, giving the right for the said internal immigrant instant access to his old job, hypthetically.
Some countries have not signed it, but given some time, most of them will come around to it.
However, many people seem reluctant for the free movement of immigration within the European Union. Others embrace it.
The question is folks :
Should immigration within the European union be conrtrolled, and should it take longer time and more prosseces for diplomas/degrees from other member states to be recognized* ?
(*In fact, do you support the Bolongna proscess or not?)
I personally wish to not take a side on this debate, as I am the topic starter and I simply don't want to either : ]
Free discussion, no flames please.