The opposition had not surprised Belgium's Justice Minister given that "the gambling industry has always fought against protecting gambling addicts."
Royals skateboarding, the country's carnival traditions, baby giraffes, hidden compartments or sombre commemorations. Here are the images of the week.
Bordeaux's town hall was set on fire by far-right protestors during the ongoing mobilisation against the French Government's pension reform plans.
The rail operator hopes that removing these stations will allow them to increase their number of running trains by 20% by 2032.
Since the Dutch fish auction Den Helder had closed down, fishmongers from the Netherlands had increasingly travelled to Belgian auctions.
CEO Peter Bossaert's new contract had "violated the RBFA's code of ethics" and was "contrary to their internal law and regulations."
The Constitutional Court deemed that the written test did not allow illiterate foreign nationals to prove their knowledge of Belgium's official languages.
The reform will do away with the compulsory management exam, which could only be taken in French or Dutch.
All files regarding the illegal parliamentary pension bonuses will now be in the hands of the Federal Public Prosecutor's Office.
A spokesperson for Minister David Clarinval admitted to the Brussels Times that "there were doubts" over figures used in a previous statement.
We were not able to give victims the support to which they were entitled," Prime Minister De Croo declared at a memorial service on Wednesday.
88% of Belgian employers trust employees to work diligently from home, which more than a quarter does for over half the working week.
The proposal should generate €2.1 billion in taxes over the next three years by preventing multinationals from transferring profits to tax havens.
Saint-Josse's municipal court is expected to rule on Thursday whether those occupying the future offices of Belgium's National Crisis Centre will be evicted.
The energy costs of some theatres "have multiplied by three or by four."
76% of those aged between 20 and 30 will take a company's impact on the environment into account when looking for a job.
Fathers believe that most employers do not offer the same support for paternity leaves and fear this will negatively impact their careers.
Belgium's Minister of Development Cooperation said that the quakes had resulted in 500,000 Syrians being displaced.
Union Saint-Gilloise capped off a historic week with a win over KV Mechelen on Sunday.