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Ministers Kuipers and Van Genip find a message on Twitter from MP Van Houwelingen’s attack from the Forum for Democracy. Van Houwelingen posted a photo in that tweet in which it appears that the Kuipers have raised a flag with a swastika. Minister van Gennep can also be seen in the photo. Ministers say they are thinking about it further steps.
Kowers raised the flag on Friday sustainable development goals (SDGs) and posted a photo of her on Twitter. The Sustainable Development Goals are the global goals of sustainable development, which must eradicate extreme poverty, inequality, injustice and climate change. The goals were set by the United Nations and approved by the Council of Ministers. In the Tweet from Kuipers “A healthy, livable planet for everyone, we can work on that as a ministry and healthcare sector,” he says.
Van Houwelingen posted a tweet yesterday with the same picture as Kuipers, placing a picture of the minister with the Nazi flag next to it. “Face and Reality” was written by Representative FvD above it.
Today, Koyers and Van Genip speak of “a new low in the treatment of administrators and politicians”. According to The Hague’s sources, the Cabinet is considering filing a complaint against Van Houwelingen. It is also possible to have a discussion with the House of Representatives about the events.
D66 chairman Jean Paternotti said he would file a complaint with the House of Representatives’ Integrity Inquiry Board “to ensure that there is no impunity for this”.
Van Houwelingen’s tweet sparked a lot of mainly negative reactions. Many feel the deputy has gone too far. “Don’t do this,” someone called Van Houwelingen. The FvD replied: “Why not? These SDGs symbolize evil, right? 2030 Agenda for globalization? A totalitarian society?”. Van Houwelingen deleted his tweet today.
Earlier this week, there was also an uproar about the Democracy Forum. During the general political repercussions in the House of Representatives Leave the closet In protest, after the leader of the Democratic Front Party Baudie contacted the college in Oxford where Minister Kag studied “a training institute for Western intelligence services”. Chamber President Bergkamp asked Bodet to retract his words. When he declined and repeated the thrust of his story, the Chairman decided that the FvD leader was no longer allowed to participate in the discussion.
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