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24 January 2018

“There are 37 million Sudanese, all of whom without doubt want a better life. Do we have the moral duty to accommodate all those 37 million?”, Party Chairman Bart De Wever asks. The migration crisis has confronted Europe with its own moral nihilism. Citizens who form a human chain around the North …

24 January 2018

The terror level in Belgium has been decreased from three to two. That doesn’t mean that the threat has gone away, but it does mean that attacks are currently less likely. However, the efforts to guarantee the safety of citizens are in no way decreasing. For example, the security services are …

23 January 2018

A new European report recognises the need for tougher security for motorway parking areas located at crucial junctions of the trans-European transport network. Brussels is one of those junctions. “To combat human trafficking among other things, it would be best if the motorway parking area located …

23 January 2018

As things currently stand, it looks like at least 54 of the 73 British seats in the European Parliament will be retained after Brexit, with 27 of them being distributed in a European constituency. MEP Anneleen Van Bossuyt considers this incomprehensible: “When the British leave, their seats must …

23 January 2018

In 2017, foreign companies invested a total of 2.08 billion euros in 215 projects in Flanders. That is an increase of over 26% compared to 2016. What’s more, the foreign investments are creating 5,377 extra jobs, the highest number in 15 years. “The Flemish and federal governments are doing …

22 January 2018

After days of bombing the enclave of Afrin, Turkish tanks made their way into Syrian Kurdistan this weekend. The N-VA finds it unacceptable that a member of NATO is attacking the Kurds, who are playing a crucial role in the fight against IS. “We will urge the Minister of Foreign Affairs to exercise …