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26.03.2015 Press Release: MKFE, UNTRR, ZMPD, CESMAD Bohemia and LINAVA – transport associations representing road transport companies from Hungary, Romania, Poland, Czech Republic and Lithuania – signed a joint petition to the European Parliament handed to Mr. Istvan Újhelyi – Vice-Chair of EP Transport and Tourism Committee, during the protest organized in Brussels, in front of the European Parliament on March 25th

25.03.2015 MKFE, UNTRR, ZMPD, CESMAD Bohemia and LINAVA – transport associations from Hungary, Romania, Poland, Czech Republic and Lithuania – protested together today against neoprotectionist measures like law MiLoG and law Macron, in front of the European Parliament, Place du Luxembourg. The associations signed a joint petition which Mr. Radu Dinescu handed to Mr. Istvan Újhelyi – Vice-Chair, Transport and Tourism Committee, European Parliament, in front of the protesters.

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Petition signed by UNTRR, MKFE, ZMPD, CESMAD Bohemia, LINAVA

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Plenary session live – Brussels

Document prepared by transport associations to be handed to EP representative

MKFE, UNTRR, ZMPD, LINAVA and CESMAD Bohemia organize a common protest in Brussels against neoprotectionist measures like MiLoG and Macron.

The National Union of Road Hauliers from Romania (UNTRR) has obtained the approval to organize a protest in Brussels on 25 March 2015 from 14:00 to 16:00 (local time) in Place du Luxembourg, in front of the European Parliament (PE).

On that date, beginning with 15.00 hours, the European Parliament will have a plenary session to discuss about protectionism in EU – minimum rates of pay in the transport sector, including a Commission statement on compliance of the German provisions with European law on the minimum wage in the transport sector.

MKFE Hungary, ZMPD Poland and CESMAD Bohemia Czech Republic have announced that they will join the UNTRR’s protest organized on 25 March 2015 in Brussels.

SLOGANS AND GRAPHICS AGAINST NEOPROTECTIONIST MEASURES

 

 

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