“Georges-Louis Bouchez always comes back to the past” – Belgium

“Georges-Louis Bouchez always comes back to the past” – Belgium
“Georges-Louis Bouchez always comes back to the past” – Belgium

The president of MR Georges-Louis Bouchez is more a conservative than a liberal, believes the Minister of Justice Vincent Van Quickenborne. “He barks while we act. There is a chasm like the Grand Canyon between his words and his actions. He is against gas power plants, but Wallonia has never authorized so many”, comments the Deputy Prime Minister Flemish liberal (Open Vld) in an interview with Het Laatste Nieuws on Saturday.

“The abolition of the senate is again discussed. One party is against it. Not the PS, but the MR! Bouchez always comes back to the past. It is not the Reform Movement, but rather the Reactionary Movement”, continues Mr. Van Quickenborne. “Look at his Belgicism. Bouchez wants to return to RTT and BRT; to bilingual television. He still cannot speak Dutch and he wants a public channel. I am far from being a separatist, but between Flemings and French speakers, there are a lot of differences. We’re not going to go back to Dad’s Belgium after all?”

Minister Open Vld does not spare another French-speaking coalition party president either. “Paul Magnette (PS) finds it difficult to digest the fact of not being Prime Minister and that the Open Vld be the first training in the country. And some agreements, such as compulsory vaccination in health care, go badly. But a word is a word.”

“The image of the government is a little tarnished by its rocket fire from certain party presidents”, concludes Vincent Van Quickenborne.

“The abolition of the senate is again discussed. A party is against it. Not the PS, but the MR! Bouchez always returns to the past. It is not the Reform Movement, but rather the Reactionary Movement”, continues Mr. Van Quickenborne . “Look at his Belgicism. Bouchez wants to return to RTT and BRT; to bilingual television. He still cannot speak Dutch and he wants a public channel. I am far from being a separatist, but between Flemings and French speakers, there are a lot of differences. We’re not going to go back to Dad’s Belgium after all?” Minister Open Vld does not spare another French-speaking coalition party president either. “Paul Magnette (PS) does not digest the fact that he is not Prime Minister and that the Open Vld is the first formation in the country. And certain agreements, such as compulsory vaccination in health care, go badly. But a word is a word.” “The image of the government is a bit tarnished by its rocket fire from certain party presidents,” concludes Vincent Van Quickenborne.

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