Thursday, July 21, 2011

The Belgian King notes that the national crisis could damage the Europe

The Belgian King Albert II said today that the severe political crisis in the country (which has more than 400 days with a functioning government) may ultimately affect European integration. "Our current situation creates concern our members and could harm our position within Europe and even the momentum of European construction," the monarch said in a speech televised nationwide.

The intervention, during the national holiday that Belgium held tomorrow, it became a warning to the country's political leaders to work more constructively to "quickly find a balanced solution" to the political crisis of longer a democratic country. Albert II acknowledged he was "grieved" by the duration of the crisis, but stressed that among most people there is "concern" about the future and, above all, "suspicion towards the political world, which does not provide solutions to problems ".

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