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14 September 2022

The European Union has largely brought the energy crisis upon itself and is failing in its duty to protect its citizens and economy. That is the analysis made by the European N-VA group following yet another State of The Union in times of crisis. Instead of being preoccupied with itself and taking …

12 September 2022

An internal audit has shown that Brussels State Secretary for Housing Ben Hamou (PS party) has made serious errors of judgement in the management of the new system of rent allowances. That system is an administrative fiasco. The N-VA wants further investigation. The new system for rent allowances …

4 September 2022

“Such a consultative committee on energy is an undisputed crown jewel of Belgian inability and surrealism. It is time for the bitter truth: this country is bankrupt. Our debt, our government spending, our deficits: we are becoming the new Greece. Prime Minister De Croo can say a lot, but he is …

24 August 2022

Flemish Environment Minister Zuhal Demir signed an agreement in Washington DC with the American Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the agency charged with protecting the environment, among other things. The intention is for the Flemish government services and the EPA to exchange information on …

26 July 2022

Hundreds of asylum seekers have been waiting in vain for accommodation at the gates of the Petit-Château for days now. “This is utter chaos, and the Vivaldi government has only itself to blame. A welcoming policy is being pursued, as a result of which nothing is going right now, with thousands of …

26 July 2022

Brussels mayor Philippe Close is unequivocally calling for the legalisation of cannabis and the opening of coffee shops. “Legalising drugs does not mean solving drug problems,” Brussels MP Mathias Vanden Borre says. “On the contrary, this would be a social defeat that would only benefit the drug …