This Note will examine three factors that undermine the guarantees of freedom of movement and freedom of establishment. First, the term public policy cannot be precisely defined. Second, European Economic Community (Community) law fails to substantially limit the scope of the public policy exception. Third, the Community legal system is inadequate to prevent or reverse discriminatory acts of national authorities against Community workers. This Note will suggest viable remedies for these problems. The proposals, if collectively implemented, would eliminate discrimination of Community workers on the basis of nationality.
"Public Policy" Discrimination in the EEC: A Proposal for Assuring the Free Movement of Workers,
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