On the 19th of December 2019, the Flemish Parliament holds its plenary session to debate and vote on the budget of 2020-25 proposed by the Flemish government. This is the very last time that we as citizens can make their voice heard before the budget cuts are finally approved.
Anyone who wants to follow the discussions in parliament closely, who wants to find out more about the content of the discussions or who wants meet people from other affected sectors, is welcome to the citizens’ parliament that we will be setting up from 8:30 in the visitors’ centre of the Flemish parliament.
As in the previous actions, we will also be sitting in the public galleries in the parliament itself, this time with 100 people from the different affected sectors.
You can drop in all day!
8:00 meeting point at Brussels Central Station (Carrefour de l’Europe)
8:20 walk to the Flemish Parliament
9:00 opening Citizens Parliament at The Butterfly, Place Surlet de Chokier 5
14:00 Frank Vanaerschit (Fairfin)
16:00 Jan Buelens (Progress Lawyers)
16:45 we join the protest in front of the parliament
19:00 we sing with the mega choir Hear my voice
If you have questions, do not hesitate to contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org or via 0494 30 67 16 (Nicolas)