Last half-concord, half-combat session in the House, 32 days before the polls

The deputies adopted on Wednesday the declaration of revision of the Constitution, which announces the dissolution of Parliament. For this last session of the legislature in the House, certain projects were voted on very widely, Alexander De Croo defended the results of his Vivaldi, and was charged by the elected representatives of the opposition. The majority at the end of the course fell for the war in Gaza.


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David Coppi


Journalist at the Powers center

By David Coppi

Published on 8/05/2024 at 3:58 p.m.
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HASbefore the adoption late Wednesday afternoon in the Chamber of the declaration of revision of the Constitution which announces the dissolution of Parliament (note: we are there in fact, even if it will intervene very officially when the declaration is published in the Moniteur , this after its adoption also by the Senate, next week) and punctuates the legislature, we were entitled to a last session with some harmony, and quite a fight.

A little agreement… The government – practically in business as usual, with reduced powers – officially recognized the existence of illegal adoptions in Belgium of children from all over the world, at the same time recognized the victims, and opened the archives of the Kingdom in order to effectively investigate this matter, all this in a declaration to the Chamber and with the support of all political groups (read our article elsewhere).

Unanimity also regarding the report on sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.



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