Flemish Interest-Members of parliament Filip Dewinter, Barbara, and Jan Penris gave this morning a “claim for suspension for extremely urgent necessity” to the Council of State in Brussels. The far-right party asks for the decision of the government around the UN-migratiepact in Marrakesh to suspend. The government had decided to give the pact to support. the
According to Vlaams belang, the government has the principle of consensus in decision-making is violated. In addition, the current government there is one in current affairs, argues Dewinter, and such a government should no international agreements to approve. Vlaams belang also believes that the freedom of the press and free speech have been violated.
Vlaams belang is expected that the Council of State's case tomorrow treats in a session, and already on Thursday a ruling. the
"When that decision for us is positive, we will also have the annulment of the adoption of the Marrakesh pact questions," says Dewinter. He is arguing that the procedure is not purely symbolic, but "sure to succeed".