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More and more equal?
Equal pay: we are far from
achieving the goa1. This is
the (pessirnistic)
reached by the European
Commission after reviewing
the ways in which each
country is enforcing the
Communiry directive
equal pay.
May we say that we are not
very surprised?
The attitude
towards a
piece of legi slation
adopted by certain people
is a demonstration of their
lack of respect for women.
And it is out of self-respect
thal the women of Europe will
soldier or, demanding respect
for the law.
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