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Connor Russo responds to criticism and defends more than...

Connor Russo responds to criticism and defends more than…

I’m 28, and I’ve written a recovery plan, a coalition agreement, and a book. Isn’t that enough content? Forwight President Conner Russo said in an interview with Sunday response to his criticism. He also indicated that he does not believe the two free PCR tests promised by the government for those who have not yet been vaccinated are sufficient.

Connor Russo responded in an interview with Sunday Day Criticism of the cultural scientist Echo Mali, who wrote in a book on Rousseau that the Vooruit chief was not providing enough content. “I didn’t even know who he was,” Russo says. It is clear that he is a member of the PVDA who writes negatively about the socialist. what’s new ?Because, he said, he’s not lacking in content. I’m barely 28 and I’ve written a recovery plan, a coalition agreement, and a book. Isn’t this content enough for someone my age?

Russo also sees the numbers going well, but he still urges the government to communicate enough that everyone should be vigilant. Especially with the European Football Championship, which begins next week. If the Belgians win, there will be a celebration. And the drink is the devil. But what is the alternative? ban it? This wouldn’t work either, would it. People will agree anyway. Hopefully the falling numbers will leave room for some errors.

Two free PCR tests test government promises Rousseau does not think it is enough for those who have not yet been vaccinated. “It should have been more. But whoever is in government has to make concessions. We started with zero and we are at two. This is a step forward, but it is not enough, no. Young people have been uniting for more than a year. Being forced to pay for a test is actually a matter of Unfair. Please note: For group events only, testing will be required. Lots of fun things will be possible without testing.

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