More houses for sale Zoos open again And Suriname to the ballot box

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More houses are for sale again. Because of corona, people choose to put their house on sale. Real estate agents have been busier than usual in recent weeks, according to a tour of RTL Z.

Once again some amusement parks and zoos reopen their doors. Visitors are welcome again today in Wildlands, Beekse Bergen and Walibi. They allow fewer guests than before, work with virtual queues and retrained employees as crowd managers.

Suriname elects a new parliament today. The economic crisis in the country makes it exciting whether government party NDP of President Desi Bouterse will win again. The next cabinet will, among other things, have to make a plan for the exploitation of the newly discovered oil fields off the coast.

A rent of 1.8 million euros. That is what football club Vitesse transfers annually to the owner of De Gelredome. Now that there have been no games in the stadium for weeks, the club wants a rent discount. But the ‘landlord’ doesn’t like that. Today the judge in summary proceedings determines who is right.

Even more disagreement in football country: Cambuur and De Graafschap are talking to the football association KNVB today about a compensation scheme. The clubs certainly seemed from promotion to the premier league, when the KNVB broke the promotion scheme because of the corona virus. In their own words, this costs the clubs 2.5 million euros.

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Entrepreneurial and employers’ organizations want the government to also reimburse the severance costs of ailing SMEs in the corona crisis. That would prevent bankruptcies. The FNV union calls the plan ‘dog brutal’.

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We are doing some work on this crisis. And while hardware stores do what they can to replenish supplies, many stores have empty shelves. The paint department is experiencing a storm. “We now have to be creative in our purchasing.”

And you may have missed this over the weekend:
The so-called ‘miserly four’ – and yes that also includes the Netherlands – only want to support badly hit EU countries for the next two years, and also refuse to take up joint debts. This weekend they unfolded the main points of their recovery plan.

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Have a nice day and have a great weekend!

p.s. According to Gert-Jan Segers (CU) and Lilian Marijnissen (SP), labor migration is harmful to both Dutch society and the migrant himself. But that is not correct, writes columnist Leo Lucassen.

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