The government of the Federal Republic of Germany, which will assume the presidency of the Council of the European Union from 1 July to 31 December 2020, is yet to finalise its programme for social and employment policy. Preparations are nonetheless in full swing within the government ministries and the outlines of certain flagship plans are beginning to take shape. Dagmar Schmidt, a Bundestag deputy from the SPD party, and rapporteur for the committee on social affairs and labour for European issues, spoke to Planet Labor about the broad gist of these plans, which are to be at the heart of the Germany presidency’s programme.
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