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Belgian socialists would ban online shopping, wants 'real shops' instead

Breitbart: "The president of the French-speaking Socialist Party has called for an end to e-commerce in Belgium, saying that he wants ‘real shops’ to operate in the country instead.

Paul Magnette, who serves as the president of the Francophone Socialist Party in Belgium and is a former Minister-President of Belgian region Wallonia, has called for the central European state to be one of the first without e-commerce, saying that he wants a return to “real shops” instead.

"The radical suggestion has led to widespread criticism, with one right-leaning politician criticising Magnette for suggesting that Belgium turns the 19th century into a social project."

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