Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo decided to resign: ‘I must admit that we lost’

Call from Biden to Netanyahu for an agreement for Gaza

The first results of the general elections held in Belgium have begun to emerge. After the completion of voting for the country’s federal assembly and regional parliaments, counting began.


Prime Minister Alexander De Croo, who suffered a heavy defeat according to the first results, announced in a statement that he would resign. Stating that he accepted that his party lost the elections, De Croo said, “Tonight is a very emotional evening. I must accept that we lost. I will submit my resignation tomorrow.”

According to the general election results, the vote share of left-wing parties in the country decreased, while the right-wing and far-right parties in Flemish came first. Prime Minister De Croo’s party is not expected to take part in the federal government or the governments to be formed in the Flemish sector. (UAV)

This content was published by Metin Yamaner