Morin-Chartier: Molière clause is a double-edged sword for France

In an attempt to reduce the number of posted workers in France, some local and regional authorities have made use of French compulsory on public building sites. But the idea could cost French workers, MEP Elisabeth Morin-Chartier told EURACTIV France.

Elisabeth Morin-Chartier is a French Republican lawmaker (EPP) and co-rapporteur on the European directive on posted workers.

Morin-Chartier spoke to’s Cécile Barbière in Strasbourg.

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