The mediator in Belgium's political crisis, Johan Vande Lanotte (pictured), quit Wednesday after failing to break the deadlock between the country's Dutch and French-speaking leaders. The country has been without a government since June.
AFP - King Albert II's mediator in the country's months-long political crisis threw in the towel Wednesday after failing to break a deadlock between Dutch and French-speaking leaders, a palace statement said.
CRISIS IN BELGIUM
- #AintNoCinderella: Indian women stand up against 'victim shaming'
- Belgium knew about Dutch egg contamination before public admission
- Passchendaele, 100 years on: Remembering the soldiers who ‘died in hell’
- EU rights court upholds Belgian ban on full-face niqab veil
- Belgium identifies 'terrorist' Brussels station bomber
- Brussels police shoot dead 'terrorist' bomber at train station
- CETA: European farmers fear competition from Canada
- Memes, tropes, trolls and 'covfefe': The new world of political communication
- Tour de France 2019 to start in Brussels in honour of Eddy Merckx
- How is Belgium coping, one year after the Brussels attacks?
- Belgium, at ease at the heart of the EU?
- Suspect in Brussels Jewish museum shooting faces extradition to France
- Belgium's Wallonia formally approves EU-Canada trade deal
- Paul Magnette unseats Justin Trudeau as most popular politician
- Wallonia forces concessions, unlocks EU-Canada trade deal
Date created : 2011-01-26