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Slovakia agrees with EU draft directive on wider discrimination ban

The European Union (EU) has said it will direct its member states to widen the ban on all kinds of discrimination, including discrimination outside the labour market. Slovakia has said it agrees with the new directive. The French EU Presidency will seek to conclude the new directive by the end of this year. SITA

The European Union (EU) has said it will direct its member states to widen the ban on all kinds of discrimination, including discrimination outside the labour market. Slovakia has said it agrees with the new directive. The French EU Presidency will seek to conclude the new directive by the end of this year. SITA

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