The extension to five weeks of paternity leave that PP and C’s agreed to apply in 2018 has been frozen under the argument of not approving the budget for this year. For a more rigorous analysis of the issue raised must go to the origin of this permit, which lies in the effort of social partners, who signed a European Framework Agreement to extend it in 2009, applicable to Member States through Directive 2010 / 18 / EU. The commitment established a deadline of March 8, 2012, unless its

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