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11 December 2019

The “Green Deal” is the showpiece bar none of the new von der Leyen Commission. Today, the Commission explained its plans in the European Parliament. “There is a broad consensus on the need for a sustainable transformation and the great urgency of the climate challenges. What we need now is …

10 December 2019

Flemish minister of the Environment Zuhal Demir is making 1.7 million euros available for international climate adaptation projects in developing countries. This will take place via the Adaptation Fund of the United Nations. The N-VA wants to create a win-win situation in the future by investing …

9 December 2019

“For the N-VA, respect for statutory bilingualism is the starting point for the multilingualism of our capital.” The N-VA group in the Brussels Parliament has reservations about the “Multilingualism 2019-2024” note by Brussels minister Sven Gatz. “We find some of the proposed approaches to achieve …

5 December 2019

The N-VA finds it incomprehensible that no guidelines exist to deprive IS fighters of parental rights. “In less dangerous situations, parents are deprived of their parental rights over their children, but here, apparently no steps are being taken to safeguard the children.” Child in danger Parents …

2 December 2019

With the exception of Groen, all Flemish parties in the Chamber signed a declaration condemning the violence against protesters in Iran. “We are calling on the Iranian government to bring an end to the violence perpetrated against the protesters and to respect freedom of expression,” the N-VA says …

2 December 2019

MEP Assita Kanko is taking part in a European investigative mission to Malta on 3 and 4 December. The impetus is the murder of journalist and blogger Daphne Caruana Galizia in 2017. “In the first place we are going to make an inventory of the situation there and talk with a great many people, like …