“There is a lot of work to be done, such as the strengthening of the role of the mayor, what my predecessor Jan Jambon (N-VA) has prepared,” replied the new minister of the Interior Pieter De Crem (CD&V) this morning in The Seventh Day the question of whether the N-VA, according to him, is on early elections. He is confident that prime minister Charles Michel proposals on the table will bring the parties to continue to work. “We have to go in search of a majority, and I can't imagine that N-VA will vote against the proposals, which Johan Van Overtveldt and Jan Jambon have developed”, the minister continued, “but I do not exclude that next week we in current affairs.”Read also Maggie De Block: “Early elections? There will be the man in the street to pay for it”
from N-VA to respond with reservations. “We want to be a number of files, which we will take to shape, approve, but are not willing a blank cheque to give,” said N-VA member of parliament Jan Spooren in the same debate. He confirmed that a delegation of his party Saturday samenzat with the premier to see what is possible, now the N-VA, the government has left and the remaining coalition partners have no majority and no more. “There is talk, that is a progress with the previous week,” responded Maggie De Block (open Vld).