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Francken about attitude Open VLD: If they are so raging is the war total to in may

Former secretary of state for Asylum and Migration Theo Francken (N-VA) has Monday morning, very disappointed, responded to the departure of the N-VA out of government. “As much as a matter of principle, you should back dare rights, I am very proud to be, otherwise you become just another cynical politician.” He poses questions about the legitimacy of Michel II. He is also not served with the comments of his successor, Maggie De Block (Open VLD), and the tweets from Open VLD president Gwendolyn Rutten. “If they are so violently want to go, then it is ‘ la guerre total ’ to in may. For me, that's no problem.”

The Swedish coalition is no more. “It was intense, but I slept well,” says Francken Monday morning at Radio 1. The beaches of the coalition let the truly hard politician untouched. “We were in the last straight line, there were a number of things that I still want to finish. And then, as a matter of principle ( the UN-migratiepact ed. )... then you need to back dare rights.” On that principle he is “very proud, otherwise you will become one in the dozen of the cynical politicians”.

Support to the new minority government

Francken doubts the constitutional legitimacy of the new orange-and-blue minority government. “I understand that Michel does not intend for the king to go. They will also not to the parliament, how about that?”

“This is a government with a minority in Flanders and in Wallonia, what a democratic deficit is this? She is also announcing a new program with three new priority areas”, refers Francken to the press conference of prime minister Charles Michel of Sunday. There, Michel said that purchasing power, safety, and climate the priorities of his coalition. “That is a story,” says Francken, “where I as a democrat questions in the set. Why dare the government the confidence to ask? If they mean what they say, they have, nevertheless, to the parliament?” The way Michel II of the constitution, “interpret”, calls Francken “frivolous”.

“Why is there no vote of confidence in?”, repeat Francken. If there is, will it according to Francken for N-VA, “not evident” to that trust.

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About the attitude of Open VLD is Francken not to speak. “Expected of me pragmatic measures, not tweets,” suggested Maggie de Block last weekend, a similar message of Open VLD president Gwendolyn Rutten. “I find that indecent. I have in my time very heavy opposition campaign, but after I had taken over, I have not nagetrapt. The resignation was not yet acted and there was already nagetrapt. There we go, a hearty word of talk about them.”

Francken says that he Thursday during the plenary session already knew that it was over. “It was then clear that there is a lot of pent up anger and frustration, sat ( at Open VLD and CD&V ed. ). That there is one guit has been released. It's been ten years since N-VA the largest.”

Personally with prime minister Charles Michel botert still. “I have absolutely no resentment in respect of the premier. I got him yesterday a message was sent. It was a personal message, no one has cases where, it says, but it was about the fact that I have no resentment, cherish. I have a lot of flaws, but resentment is not.”

Comment Geens: “the Government majority in parliament, democratic”

Minister of Justice Geens (CD&V) responded shortly thereafter on the “constitutional” aspect of the government. “I understand that the Ministers for N-VA dismissal have taken, and by the king are replaced by new ministers. It is true that we are not so much seats in the parliament. The prime minister conducts talks with the opposition and N-VA.” It was, according to minister Geens is not opportune for the government to fall, “we sit with the Brexit, and the stock markets are doing badly”. The focus of this government will focus on the necessary things to concern such as the budget.

finally, we are according to the minister, not to our “constitutional test”. It is not the first time that our country is a minority government. “A government that, in the parliament a majority will, I think, is democratic.”

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