Wednesday evening, N-VA President Bart De Wever queried once again the exit from nuclear energy.
“The European Union is much more than a treaty," Prime Minister Charles Michel explained on Thursday in response to views on Europe expressed by New Flemish Alliance (N-VA) president Bart De Wever, in “Tijd” newspaper.
The Muslim Executive of Belgium (EMB) does not recognize any training given at the Grand Mosque of Brussels by the Islamic Cultural Centre of Belgium (CICB) nor the diplomas it has issued since its representativity of the Muslim faith was withdrawn from it in the 1990s, the EMB said in…
Eurosceptic parliamentarian Nigel Farage on Thursday attacked Charles Michel in the European Parliament in Brussels just after the Belgian prime minister made a pro-European speech there.
Redouane Ahrouch, a co-founder of the Islam Party, says his dismissal from the Brussels public transport company, Stib, was a political reprisal.
The fight against racism is one and indivisible: it cannot be divided into forms of racism that must be condemned and others that can be accepted, Brussels Prime Minister Rudi Vervoort said on Tuesday on the occasion of Labour Day.
Brussels Mayor Philippe Close on Tuesday called on Socialists to focus more attention on housing – currently the remit of the Christian Democratic and Humanist (chH) party, editor’s note - for the next few years.
The president of the Socialist Party (PS), Elio Di Rupo, on Tuesday proposed the establishment in 2019 of a “new social pact” to replace the “destructive” programme of Belgium’s Reformist Movement/New Flemish Alliance (MR/N-VA) government, which, he said, has pursued a “hard neoliberal policy”.
112 criminals and terrorists have had their right to live in Belgium revoked since the law on foreign nationals was updated a year ago.
Just after arriving in New York for the UN General Assembly’s High-level Meeting on Peacebuilding and Sustaining Peace, King Philippe and Queen Mathilde, accompanied by Foreign Minister Didier Reynders, visited the Power and Grace Exposition, featuring paintings by Rubens, Van Dyck and Jordaens, at the Morgan Library & Museum.