Belgian PM Charles Michel resigns after no-confidence motion

Country braces for snap election as parliament rejects minority administration

Belgium’s government of four years has fallen on the issue of migration after the country’s parliament rejected an appeal from prime minister, Charles Michel, for its support for a minority administration.

Michel was forced to offer his resignation to the King of the Belgians, Phillipe, after the Socialist party, with support from the Greens, proposed a vote of no confidence in his administration.

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Source: theguardian