N-VA, sp.a heads lock horns over Antwerp drugs issueTuesday, 04 September 2018 15:28
"There are even people with a drug past at the head of the Antwerp N-VA,” Crombez said on the private VTM channel.
De Wever had said that unlike other political parties, his N-VA was vaccinated against the risk of being influenced by the drug mafia. Crombez retorted that “within the Antwerp N-VA there are certainly two persons with very close links to the cocaine milieu.”
The president of the Flemish socialists said he had been particularly angered by the “insinuations” of his N-VA counterpart. “Corruption must be fought in all transparency,” he said. “If people at the head of the N-VA have a drug past or links with arms manufacturers, that can also be known. Practice what you preach.”
The Brussels Times
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