The parties’ heads of the Hague city council have asked former minister Bruno Bruins to act as an independent moderator. In the coming weeks, he will discuss with all parties to the Council the implications of the Court’s ruling in the Demos/Gernauwi case on Hague politics.
Bruins’ discussions with the parties on the city council will discuss the current state of affairs, including gray areas such as relationships and trust between parties, differences in party funding (unlevel playing field and transparency), and party composition. . Congressional Executive..
Mayor Jan van Zanen: “I am confident that with this moderator appointment, we can take a step forward. After all, everyone benefits from good relationships and clarity. It is because of mutual trust. But especially for the residents of our beautiful city.”
The Bruins are no strangers to The Hague. From his 1994 he served as City Councilor until 2000 and from 2000 he served as City Councilor of The Hague until 2006. Later, he served as Secretary of State for Education, Culture and Science, Deputy Mayor of Leidschendam-Vorburg, and Minister of Health and Sport. .
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