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Addressing the European Parliament's Employment Committee, Marjeta Cotman, the Slovenian minister for labour, family and social affairs, presented the EU Presidency's main priorities. The very conventional programme did not create particular enthusiasm among MEPs. As an expression of goodwill, the minister nevertheless voiced her readiness to reach an agreement on the three directives currently held up in Council (working time, temporary agency work and pension portability). The tree texts are "fundamental for...

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