Furthermore, the intention is that there will be a corona debate every two weeks. The House of Representatives retains an exception to the rule: fifty MPs are still allowed to sit in the hall at the same time. The cabinet announced on Monday that groups should be limited to thirty people.
Furthermore, all kinds of procedural meetings are limited to once a week. Working visits by politicians abroad are not allowed in the near future. Foreign delegations are also not welcome at the Binnenhof.
Day trippers and visitors to debates remain welcome. There will be no mandatory masking in the building of the House of Representatives, but it is explicitly allowed.
“The increasing number of infections is causing uncertainty and worry for many people. It is therefore very understandable if MPs and employees choose to wear a face mask ”, President Arib wrote in a letter to all MPs. “The Presidium (executive committee of the House ed.) Wants to emphasize that everyone should feel free to do so, including in the meeting rooms.”
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