Vlaams Belang has the wind in its sails. That’s what recent national opinion polls say. We notice this in Brakel, says current councilor Veronique Lenvain. “We are therefore working hard to further expand our list. The traditional parties (open VLD, Vooruit and CD&V) are no longer credible and have become a victim of our people. They let our people down. High energy and fuel prices are swinging through the roof. Shopping carts have become considerably more expensive, but rents and the purchase of a new home are no longer affordable for an average family. People want real change and Vlaams Belang is the only party that wants to ensure a future for our people. There will certainly be municipalities in Flanders where the cordon sanitaire will be broken after the elections of 2024.” The party has many new faces in Brakel.
The board of Vlaams Belang Brakel consists of: Veronique Lenvain, Marijke De Fraine, Carine Buyens, Jane Schotsaert, Jessie Vekeman, Monica Roos, Tania Spranghers and Sandy Dierickx.
Herman Steenbrugge, Joeri Van Lancre, Jurgen Leus, Patrick Spitaels, Cedric Raman, Marnic De Temmerman and Kris Jouret.