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
- Iraq court sentences Belgian jihadist to death for IS membership
- New 'frite' stalls revive Belgian culinary claims over 'French fries'
- Fighting radicalisation: A Salafist convert's mother heads back to school
- Belgian court finds Paris attacks suspect Abdeslam guilty over 2016 Brussels shootout
- Suspected Brussels Jewish museum killer to stand trial, says lawyer
- Belgian cyclist Goolaerts dies of heart attack in Paris-Roubaix
- The other, brighter, side of Molenbeek
- 'All that for this?' French sports paper L'Equipe bitter after PSG loss
- French serial rapist admits to 'around 40' attacks since 1990s
- France's anti-hunt activists; and the Brussels citizens finding shelter for migrants
- Lawyer for Paris attacks suspect seeks case dismissal over language error
- Sacked Catalan leader Puigdemont due in Belgian court on November 17
- Catalan ex-leader Puigdemont granted conditional release by Belgian judge
- Sacked Catalan leader Puigdemont, four others surrender to Belgian police
- Belgium examines EU arrest warrant for Catalonia's Puigdemont
Date created : 2011-01-26