Brussels President-Minister Rudi Vervoort will be standing in the 2019 regional elections. Mr Vervoort said he hopes to win a second term as head of the Brussels government when appearing on “C’est pas tous les jours dimanche” (RTL-TVI) on Sunday.
“I will fight to make the PS the biggest political family in the region. I know it will not be easy, but I will be standing”, he replied to one question. “Of course”, he responded when asked if he would be standing for President-Minister.
Rudi Vervoort (58 years old) took over from Charles Picqué as head of the Brussels government in May 2013. He retained the position after the May 2014 elections.
Andy Sanchez (Source: Belga)