Deputy Mirjam Sterk about the latest nitrogen news
After days of crisis consultations, the cabinet decided to take a step back and put the nitrogen problem on the plates of the province for the time being. We talk about it with Miriam Strong, who is a guest in the studio. She was a member of parliament on behalf of the CDA for ten years, and is now a deputy in the province of Utrecht. What does she think of the cabinet’s decision, the role of her CDA party and the negotiations with BBB?
Problems with discrimination hotlines
The Netherlands has more than twenty anti-discrimination hotlines, but few people are aware of this. Moreover: the money that the government makes available for such hotlines is often withheld by municipalities for other purposes. We are going out with Babah Tarawally, who was recently refused entry at a pub in Utrecht.
Worry about Tunisia
Tunisia’s economic and political instability is on the rise. To the great concern of the EU, because the African country is the main point of departure for migrants to Europe. The EU fears that the number of refugees will increase as Tunisia moves towards a dictatorship.
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