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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 …

20 July 2022

Party chairman Bart De Wever was quick with his first criticism of the De Croo government’s pension agreement. “It was necessary, because almost the entire Vivaldi majority is not defending this deal. Except for the PS party, because this agreement is tailor-made for it, like just about everything …

19 July 2022

This year alone, there are already 1,254 judgements by a court of law against the federal government for violating international asylum law. That is more than six judgements a day. This was the response of the new Secretary of State for Asylum and Migration, Nicole de Moor, to a question from MP …

19 July 2022

Together with Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden, Flanders is also working at the European level to improve the welfare of animals during their transport. We are informed of this by Flemish Minister of Animal Welfare Ben Weyts. The competent ministers of these countries are joining forces …

18 July 2022

European Commission President Von der Leyen today concluded a strategic energy partnership with Azerbaijan for the supply of gas. Also present in this country in the Caucasus is MEP Assita Kanko, who is part of a parliamentary delegation. She defends the deal with the country, but emphasises that …