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26 January 2019

Tackling our own problems with our own solutions and our own money That is essentially the confederalism about which the N-VA organised its first of four V-days on Saturday. Jan Jambon, Ben Weyts, Sander Loones and Matthias Diependaele unveiled the N-VA vision on confederalism for a packed …

24 January 2019

“The traditional parties want to stifle the opposition and curb political pluralism in the European Parliament.” MEP Anneleen Van Bossuyt is displeased and dismayed about the amendments that the traditional parties in power have added to the rules for reviewing the regulations in the European …

23 January 2019

The EU must protect our citizens and companies much more forcefully. On the Flemish news website demorgen.be, Flemish Minister-President Geert Bourgeois is already making a number of suggestions. If there is something with which the whole world is struggling, it’s globalisation. It is with …

22 January 2019

“These figures show that Flanders is more attractive than ever for foreign investors.” Flemish Minister-President Geert Bourgeois reacts to the record foreign investments in Flanders. Last year, foreign companies invested 4.24 billion euros in 234 projects. That is the highest level ever, and more …

22 January 2019

“New forms of transport such as e-bikes are an alternative to the car and deserve a boost. An insurance made compulsory by Europe could scare off potential buyers.” MEP Anneleen Van Bossuyt reacts with relief to the decision of the Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee of the European …

17 January 2019

Timely payment of invoices by the government and between companies must be improved. The European Parliament wants to close a number of legal backdoors for the current practice of extensions after 60 days. MEP Anneleen Van Bossuyt reacts positively to the European intention. “Europe is standing up …