Police unions are protesting with daily actions as wage negotiations stall. They also point to the lack of resources.
For Prime Minister Alexander De Croo, these actions go too far. “When we sit around the table we can talk, but these kinds of actions are frustrating for a lot of people in our country. They frustrate those who want to work. You shouldn’t make their life harder than it already is. “
According to the Prime Minister, a meeting is scheduled for next Tuesday with the Minister of the Interior Annelies Verlinden (CD&V), returning from a working visit to the United States. The Prime Minister said to keep his confidence in his minister. The police unions had repeatedly asked Mr. De Croo to take over the case.[display-posts orderby="rand"]
A new demonstration is scheduled for Monday morning in Brussels. About 800 participants are expected.