November 30, 2022

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Gruen's government stands firmly on the nuclear exit and "demands respect" of the agreed-upon track

Gruen’s government stands firmly on the nuclear exit and “demands respect” of the agreed-upon track

“Every detail of the nuclear exit is being studied by the Minister of Energy (Tinne Van der Straeten, Groen). I demand respect for the alliance agreement and the energy agreement in December,” MP De Freundt said. “A clear path toward March 18 has been agreed. There has to be a replacement capacity. But we already know that dozens of projects have been interested in absorbing that capacity.”

The questions being asked are legitimate and are currently being investigated. Therefore, De Freundt asks the other government parties not to make any early statements. But what if the nuclear exit didn’t come at the end? “If governments no longer implement the agreements that have been reached scrupulously, the end is lost. We require respect for the things agreed upon, otherwise it is very difficult to govern,” says Wouter de Freundt.

Then there is also the name of Georges-Louis Bouches, the president of the French-speaking liberals. Bushes has been critical of nuclear exit for a long time. “We know that George Louis Bushes shows little loyalty to the federal government to which his party belongs. No two Bushes can do business with this government.”

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