Belgium's PM Charles Michel Resigns After Facing Huge Backlash For Signing UN Migration Pact

Chris Menahan
Dec. 18, 2018

Belgian prime minister Charles Michel resigned on Tuesday after facing massive backlash by nationalists for signing onto the UN Migration Pact, also known as the UN Suicide Pact.

Michel had police gas his own citizens on Sunday after thousands took to the streets in Brussels to protest against the pact, but his regime's naked oppression appears to have backfired.

From The Telegraph, "Belgium PM Charles Michel resigns after government collapses in dispute over UN migration pact":
Charles Michel, the Belgian prime minister, resigned on Tuesday night after his government collapsed in the face of virulent opposition tohis signing of a UN migration pact from his erstwhile coalition partners.

Mr Michel lost the support of the Flemish nationalist N-VA, the largest party in his coalition, over the non-binding UN agreement, which opponents had claimed would open the door to greater migration.

Belgium is now bracing itself for a snap election as early as next month after Mr Michel said he was going to the king to offer his resignation amid demandsfor a motion of no confidence in his now minority government.

He had refused to submit to such a vote or the calls from some in the assembly for an early election. A snap poll, he said, would only lead to "stagnation for the whole of 2019". The next election is due in Belgium in May.

Instead, Mr Michel announced: "I am taking the decision to offer my resignation. I am now going to see the king."

Amid applause from parlamentarians, he picked up his briefcase, shook the hands of a number of government ministers, and left.
You can hear some of the applause on this video (no coverage in English yet):

The Yellow Jackets are kicking ass and taking names!

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