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One positive thing about the Liberal's proposal is that there is a chance that people will realize that more than 360 hours of work should be required to qualify for benefits everywhere. The current system with lower qualification requirements in regions with high unemployment gives people an incentive to stay in or return to areas without jobs. If the rules are the same everywhere, it should increase mobility of labour across the country compared to the current system, provided that there is work somewhere.

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