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The members of the ChristenUnie are against expanding the use of the corona admission ticket and the introduction of 2G policy. The party’s congress has passed a bill in which the faction is not agreeing to reform proposals.
The motion was discouraged by the party leadership, because they believe that the faction should be able to keep its hands free when assessing corona measures. But members view a far-reaching dichotomy between vaccinated and unvaccinated in society.
On Thursday, the ChristenUnie voted in the House of Representatives for a law that makes it possible to request a corona ticket in more situations, such as in non-essential shops.
In last Tuesday’s corona debate, the group spoke out in principle against 2G policy, in which only a vaccination of a recovery certificate still gives access. Nevertheless, MP Mirjam Bikker left the door ajar by saying that she does not want to say “never never not” about any request at the moment.
After the adoption of the motion by the congress, party chairman Ankie van Tatenhove of the ChristenUnie spoke of “a clear statement” to the faction.