“I’m surprised when people ask me that” (photo)

“I’m surprised when people ask me that” (photo)
“I’m surprised when people ask me that” (photo)

A candidate on the electoral list of Els Ampe (ex-Open VLD) attracts attention. The reason ? Her bold campaign, where she appears in a transparent shirt with a deep neckline, as well as with the slogan “A Transparent Europe”.

Anna De Smedt thus defends her right to dress as she wishes. In a video posted on social networks, she criticizes the rise of modesty in Western Europe.

She says she receives both positive and negative reactions, but doesn’t take rude criticism personally, and adds that she is sometimes asked to cover up… even at the beach: “I’m surprised when people ask me That “.

>>> One parliamentarian for 23,639 inhabitants in Belgium: that’s three times more than in France!

Anna De Smedt, of Polish origin, lives in Flanders with her family and is fifth on the “For You” European electoral list. Very important to her, she insists that her poster reflects her true identity and that no digital retouching has been used.

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