Vice Prime Minister Jo Vandeurzen of Belgium

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Minister Vandeurzen is currently discussing his draft with the sector, after which it will be submitted to the Consei'l d'Etat for advice.
I deduce from the statement of the Chairman of the Court of Cassation that it cannot be guaranteed that my actions in the Fortis dossier were legal," Vandeurzen said in his letter of resignation.
BRUSSELS, Dec 19 (Reuters) - Belgian Justice Minister Jo Vandeurzen has resigned over alleged political meddling in the judiciary, newspaper De Standaard said on Friday.
It said Vandeurzen had tendered his resignation following a report by the Supreme Court into the conduct of Prime Minister Yves Leterme's government, accused of seeking to influence a court decision on the state-led carve-up of the Fortis bank.
BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP)Belgian Justice Minister Jo Vandeurzen is resigning over the handling of the botched Fortis bank bailout.
Jo Vandeurzen has served as the Belgian Minister of Justice since 21 December 2007.
During his visit to Eurojust, Minister Vandeurzen met with the President and Vice-Presidents of Eurojust, and afterwards with Ms Michèle Coninsx, Vice-President and National Member for Belgium.