On Sunday, the PTB is waiting for 5,000 people in the streets of Brussels for its “great anger” march. Spokesman Germain Mugemangango denounces the refusal of traditional parties to hear his own.
This Sunday, the Belgian Labor Party is organizing “the great anger”. A walk to be held in Brussels, which will leave from Place de lAlbertine at 2 p.m. At 3:30 p.m., protesters will return to hear speeches by party chairman Peter Mertens and federal MP Raoul Hedebouw. The French-speaking spokesperson for the party and leader of the PTB group in the Walloon Parliament, Germain Mugemangango, explains the reasons for this “great anger”.
Why do this walk now?