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  1. Restrictions from the Member States to the free movement in their market
  2. How can this still happen in an EU willing to create a unique market without internal barriers?

One of the freedoms within the single market of the European Union is the free movement of workers. The European Union is now, considered as a "single territory" without internal boundaries. This should mean that no restriction should be seen on the mobility of workers through the different Member States. Through Article 39 of the Treaty establishing the European Community, movement and residence of workers shall not be restricted by Member States. The "directive 68/360/EEC of 15 October 1968 on the abolition of restrictions on movement and residence within the Community for workers of Member States and their families" added to the Regulation of this same date, get on the path of enabling the creation of a European labor market. In this situation, how may we explain the fact that restrictions still exist regarding the New Member States?

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