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31 May 2019

“A missed opportunity to really turn Brussels into an urban region that is ready for the challenges of the coming generations.” Cieltje Van Achter and Karl Vanlouwe, the Brussels negotiators for the N-VA, react with disappointment now that Groen has made it known that it will only negotiate further …

29 May 2019

“I think that Mr Di Rupo doesn’t fully understand what happened in Flanders on Sunday.” The proposal of Elio Di Rupo to form a federal government with a minority on the Flemish side is meeting with incredulity in the N-VA. The reaction of Jan Jambon and Theo Francken, among others, is one of …

27 May 2019

“The difference between Flanders and Wallonia has never been so large. If people would just use their common sense, but that’s something that rarely happens in this country, people should now, be they from the left or the right, put that confederalist proposition on the table.” In Belgium’s Radio 1 …

23 May 2019

In recent years, the N-VA has put defence back on the political map. With a total investment package of 9.2 billion euros, our policy has reversed years of cutbacks in defence. Our armed forces will once again have more modern equipment at their disposal that gives them the necessary resources to …

17 May 2019

When the N-VA was created in 2001, it was without any suspicion that the party would one day become the largest in the country. Eighteen years later, the N-VA is presenting voters with clear candidates for government leadership positions for Flanders and Belgium. We had a talk with Bart De Wever …

9 May 2019

“This is the government’s prime task: to ensure that people can walk down the street in all security.” On the De Ochtend radio programme, candidate Prime Minister Jan Jambon explained the security plan that the N-VA is putting to the vote of the public on 26 May. The plan contains four major …