The coalition in Brussels broke up the dispute to the UN migration Pact. Now, Charles Michel, who wanted to offer the critics of the forehead.
The Belgian Prime Minister, Charles Michel, has announced his resignation. He will go immediately to the king, said Michel in the Parliament in Brussels. King Philippe decided after a talk with Michel but not immediately, whether he accepts the offer of resignation.
had Previously tried Michel, in Parliament, a threat of a motion of censure avert. The Belgian news Agency Belga that he campaigned for a "coalition of goodwill" to the government to continue work until the elections. He suggested that a roadmap should be based on three areas: purchasing power, safety, and climate protection. As Michel tried to convince the opposition parties to give the government coalition in the coming half-year majorities. The Greens and the social Democrats that was not enough apparently. "I have raised this call with a deep sincerity and Conviction in the interest of the citizens," said Michel, as he announced in the Parliament his resignation. "I note that this call has not convinced at this time."
Should accept king Philippe and the resignation of the Prime Minister, he usually talks with top representatives of the main parties, as well as of the chamber of deputies and the Senate. After that, he hired someone with soundings, or with the formation of a new government. Theoretically, he could hire Michel again.
the Background of the announced withdrawal, a ten days-long government crisis. Michel had made for the legally non - binding migration Pact and the outlet of Flemish nationalists out of his coalition government provoked. The regional party N-VA left the government because of the Francophone Prime Minister, insisted to the UN travel conference in Marrakech. "My country will be on the right side of history," said Michel, while he signed the Pact. Critics saw the approach of the N-VA, a choice of combat maneuvers. In may, parliamentary elections in Belgium.
The UN-migration Pact adopted on Monday of last week, delegations from more than 150 countries at a conference in the Moroccan city of Marrakech. Therein global guidelines for the international migration policy are agreed for the first time.