- a) implications of the GATS for the respect of fundamental rights and equal opportunities.
- b) threat of the GATS for public services.
- c) threat of the GATS for democracy.
- d) role of Europe in the 133 Committee in Geneva, Doha and Cancun.
- e) requests and bids for liberalization presented by Europe.
- f) attitude of the European Parliament.
moratorium on the GATS negotiations and renegotiation of this agreement
definition of public services
public services excluded from the GATS
ending the irreversible nature of all processes of liberalization
By actively raising citizen awareness, especially through the unions and by resorting to civil disobedience in order to force the European decision makers to concede.