The CD&V summit maintains that it is better to have a government with a majority in Flanders and thinks that the militants share this point of view, it emerged from the statements of the leading figures of the party yesterday morning, before the meeting of the Political Bureau . The Christian Democrats return the ball to the PS and Ecolo, qualified as “veto parties”. The Bureau was studying yesterday an online survey launched this weekend by the CD&V at its base. Among the questions posed is that of the line favored for months by the party in federal negotiations, namely that we need a “stable government” and therefore a coalition with a majority on the Flemish side, either with the N -GO. “Seniors constitute 60% of our party. From what I have heard, they also believe that a stable government is necessary”, underlined Eric Van Rompuy, president of the seniors of the CD&V. Former Minister Joke Schauvliege said he had no indication that members would suddenly change their course of action. The CD&V refuses to be singled out because it is responsible for the current blockage. The MEP and ex-deputy prime minister, Kris Peeters, targeted the PS and Ecolo who refused to enter into formal negotiations with the N-VA, or even refuse any discussion in the case of the Greens.