Investigations led to spread light on little Mawda’s death to be absolutely independent

Monday, 21 May 2018 22:27
Investigations led to spread light on little Mawda’s death to be absolutely independent © Belga
The investigations led to spread light on the circumstances of the death of the little Mawda will be “absolutely independent,’’ assured Sunday Prime Minister Charles Michel on “C’est pas tous les jours dimanche” (RTL-TV).
This death, which occurred during the interception of a van transporting migrants, stirred enormous political controversy.

“I call each one, within both the opposition and the majority, to show respect. I refuse any form of instrumentalization,’’ insisted Mr. Michel.

Sarah Johansson
The Brussels Times
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