The Government finally obtained the confidence of the Chamber after a week of tension within the majority.
The Federal government will continue to implement its new policies.
There was a “technical” meeting between representatives for Wallonia and the European Commission on Sunday morning, a Walloon government spokesman told the Belga agency.
Prime Minister Charles Michel appealed Thursday to the majority to go beyond matters which divide it.
The State Secretary for Asylum and Immigration, Theo Francken (N-VA), has announced he wants to rewrite the law on migrants, which dates back to 1980.
More than 200 businesses are using external regional experts.
The State secretary for the Protection of privacy, Philippe De Backer (Open Vld), wants to give more power to the Commission for the Protection of privacy.
At the weekend, MP Hermes Sanctorum announced he was leaving the Green party to stand as an independent for the Flemish Parliament.
Prime Minister Charles Michel (MR) has made the return to work all about security.
The New Flemish Alliance wants to scrap the maximum salary for public company bosses, the Het Nieuwsblad reported on Saturday.