The Czech Republic has been criticised for failing to live up to some of the commitments that come with the European Union principle of free movement. More precisely, the government has been seriously foot dragging on passing laws which would guarantee rights for foreigners working in the country.
The specific rights which should be stated and upheld in national law are those not to be discriminated against on the grounds of nationality in terms of employment, pay, and working conditions.
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