Belgium facing restrictions in “pressure cooker” mode

Belgium facing restrictions in "pressure cooker" mode

Police in Brussels intervened on Saturday to disperse the festival crowd “La Boom 2”. Hundreds of cultural institutions have reopened in the country.

From our correspondent in Brussels,

New crowd in Brussels. New police charges using tear gas and water cannon. Hundreds of people gathered at the Boise de la Cambre party on Saturday afternoon to enjoy this freedom that had been confined for months. The so-called “La Boom 2” event – referring to a previous rally – “La Boom” – was forcibly suppressed on April 1 – was banned by police. The Facebook page that advertised this was deleted before it reappeared. “These events Some are organized with the aim of destabilizing an approach in our country, yet it is very reasonable and calm compared to other countries. Do not fall into this trapBelgian Prime Minister Alexander de Cruy issued a warning on Friday. “From May 8, there will be a number of do-it-yourself activities and large events for up to 200 people

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