Live: Week three of the parliamentary inquiry. Now chairman of the Dialogue Table Jacques Wallage: ‘We have been too decent and should have grabbed some participants by the head and ass’

Live: Week three of the parliamentary inquiry. Now chairman of the Dialogue Table Jacques Wallage: ‘We have been too decent and should have grabbed some participants by the head and ass’
Live: Week three of the parliamentary inquiry. Now chairman of the Dialogue Table Jacques Wallage: ‘We have been too decent and should have grabbed some participants by the head and ass’

The third week of the parliamentary inquiry for gas extraction in Groningen has started. This week, among others, former Minister of Economic Affairs Henk Kamp (2012-2017), former Minister of Finance Jeroen Dijsselbloem (2012-2017), ex-top official Mark Dierikx and former Shell Director Dick Benschop will be interrogated.

Monday

The week starts with Max van den Berg . He was the King’s Commissioner in Groningen from 2007 to 2016. Coming second Jacques Wallage turn. The former mayor of Groningen chaired the Dialogue Table from 2014-2015, in which governments and interest groups such as the Groninger Soil Movement and the Groninger Gasberaad consulted with each other.

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Would you like to be fully informed about the parliamentary inquiry in half an hour every week? Then listen to podcast Aftershocks. Presenter Arnoud Bodde and reporters Lyanne Levy and Bas van Sluis update you every Friday evening about the developments. Listen Aftershocks on the website , Spotify , Apple Podcasts or your favorite podcast app.

Jelle van der Knoop close on Monday. In 2009 he was one of the founders of the Groninger Soil Movement. Read more about the upcoming hearings here.

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