handed a fine
The Security Council believes that the rules apply to everyone. “Although of course we cannot assess the local situation in Aalten or Leeuwarden, for example,” Prouls says. The council recommends warning entrepreneurs who open their businesses. If that doesn’t really help, a fine can be paid. In extreme cases, the case can be forced to close. According to Burullus, the Cabinet and the Public Prosecution Office support this behavior.
He has already pointed out that “everyone should keep their feet on the ground.” “We don’t suddenly go crazy with coupon books. We never did, and we won’t now.”
Justice Minister Dylan Yesilguz stressed the “importance of compliance, oversight and enforcement” of the Corona rules during the Security Council. This came after she previously said compliance is “more what you and I do than the police have to walk around.” According to the minister, compliance with the rules was also “up to the people themselves.”
This led to severe criticism of the new Minister of Justice. That is why I emphasized compliance with the rules in the Security Council tonight.
give a point of view
Tonight, the Security Council took stock of very serious concerns about how the community is doing. Mayors have urged Justice Minister Yesilguz that the Cabinet will provide a glimpse into tomorrow’s short-term relaxation.
“Hopefully, the government will explain what is possible in the next four weeks and when, if not after Friday. Because the relaxation really has to come,” Burlus says. “Also give perspective. What isn’t possible tomorrow may be possible in a week.”