What a surprise … David didn’t tell me anything when we left
So close to my home, friends and family! Sorry, mom and dad … but we really didn’t have the time to visit Vlezenbeek. David was busy attending the
Thanks David for everything and greet David jr., Andrew and Caeleigh for me when you’re back in
It really felt good to be back in
As you might probably know since the last Federal elections on June, the 10th there are negotiations going on to form a new government in my little country. These negotiations are characterized by the disagreement by the Flemish and French-speaking parties about the need and the nature of a constitutional reform, which resulted in a political crisis. On September 18, a symbolic 100 days have passed since the election, making it one of the longest formation periods in Belgian history. The 2007 formation is now the second longest formation period in Belgian history.
During my stay, on September 29, King Albert II again appointed Yves Leterme for a second time as formateur. So the negotiations can restart next week. I don't know whether my stay in Belgium had an influence on the negotiations, but I can leave
Before I return to the