Belgium cannot afford another long, drawn-out wait for a new government, the head of the country’s business association, FEB, warned on Tuesday as he presented ...
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Political immobilism could derail budget stability, FEB warns
Belgium cannot afford another long, drawn-out wait for a new government, the head of the country’s business association, FEB, warned on ...
Tuesday, 25, June 2019
Deputy prime minister quits government for European Parliament
Belgian Deputy Prime Minister, Kris Peeters, handed in his resignation on Tuesday in order to assume his position in the European ...
Tuesday, 25, June 2019
Brits’ rights must be protected in all Brexit scenarios, says departing British envoy
As the Brexit negotiations enter yet another phase of uncertainty, the rights of the thousands of British nationals in Belgium must be ...
Tuesday, 25, June 2019
Plan to train undocumented migrants in Brussels sparks opposition
Plans to provide training to undocumented immigrants to fill up thousands of vacant jobs in the Brussels-Capital Region have drawn fierce ...
Monday, 24, June 2019
Christine Defraigne wants to relaunch the MR party based on progressive liberalism
The Reformist Movement (MR) must use the next five years to relaunch itself, based on progressive liberalism.  At least that’s what the ...
Sunday, 23, June 2019
Negotiations for formation of Brussels government begin Monday
Brussels informants Rudi Vervoort and Laurette Onkelinx (PS) had announced it a week ago: negotiations on forming a capital region ...
Saturday, 22, June 2019
Walloon Green Ecolo agrees to negotiations with the Socialist Party
Ecolo Federation Council gave a green light for the opening of negotiations with the PS on the drafting of a basic text for Wallonia and ...
Saturday, 22, June 2019