14 January 2009. - The European Parliament has adopted a report on the situation of fundamental rights in the European Union. In her amendments to the report, Lívia Járóka (EPP-ED) urged an action-oriented strategy for Roma, which will offer a roadmap with clear objectives for the Member States.
Lívia Járóka (EPP-ED) in her explanation of vote accentuated, that the EU can only be credible as the global protector of human rights if it can guarantee the fulfilment of the Charter of Fundamental Rights in its own territory. “We need to develop a complex program, which simultaneously tackles the fields of housing, education, health care and discrimination, as well as triggers instant action in the most underdeveloped regions” – said Járóka. trespass on behalf of the police, like ethnic profiling and disproportionate random checks. In her amendments to the report, Járóka drew the attention to frequent trespassing on behalf of the police, like ethnic profiling and disproportionate random checks.