In Flanders, the smouldering political fire seems to have been extinguished

In Flanders, the smouldering political fire seems to have been extinguished
In Flanders, the smouldering political fire seems to have been extinguished

According to several negotiators, the working method has been simplified and refined. There would be more room for changes and amendments from Vooruit and the CD&V. Some sources add that the central working group will now meet every week.

The main negotiators met on Tuesday morning to take stock of the Flemish negotiations. According to some sources, this meeting was called following criticism by Vooruit and the CD&V of the departure note of the formateur Matthias Diependaele “with too strong an N-VA stamp”. The person concerned refuted these allegations.

Flemish training: the central group of negotiators will take stock of the situation on Tuesday

At the start of the meeting, CD&V negotiator Hilde Crevits had stressed the importance that all parties “feel sufficiently valued and respected during the regional negotiations.” Formateur Diependaele had denied that the meeting was intended to put out a smoldering fire.

According to the CD&V and Vooruit, the working method was indeed simplified on Tuesday. For example, the two parties will be able to “put in brackets” the points with which they do not agree in the N-VA notes and propose changes. If the differences cannot be ironed out within the working groups, the subject will be brought up to the central group, which will meet every week.

The central working group was also asked to provide more clarity on fiscal space and room for new policies.

According to various sources, the working method is now clear and the Flemish training can move on to a new stage.

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