After a little more than three years of peaceful coexistence, the Belgian Government is reeling. The tension, which arose with the arrival of Carles Puigdemont in Belgium, once again puts to the test the seams of the “unlikely” coalition led by French-speaker Charles Michel, in the shadow of the Flemish sovereigntists of the N-VA. The ultimatums, petitions for resignation and rumors of early elections accompany the latest controversy starring Theo Francken. The opposition asks for the head of the Belgian Secretary of State for Asylum and Migration.

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