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LEGAL LIMITS OF THE EXERCISE OF THE FREE MOVEMENT OF PERSONS IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

Nicoleta DIACONU

 Abstract

The free movement of persons is one of the fundamental rights guaranteed within the

European Union. The essence of this freedom lies in the elimination of discrimination

between citizens of the Member State in whose territory they are and who are nationals of

other Member States who are and work in the territory of the same State. These

discriminations may concern entry, travel, employment, employment or remuneration. By

ensuring a non-discriminatory regime on these issues, the free movement of persons in the

community space is achieved.

The Treaty also provides for a number of legal limitations on the free movement of

persons. These limitations are justified by public, public security or public health reasons; It

is also forbidden to participate in this state, even occasionally, in the exercise of public

authority.

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